How to comfortably mount Clover’s EFI partition

I’ve been using command-line commands or the Clover Configurator to mount Clover’s EFI partition to edit Clover’s main configuration file.

However, I find it easiest to mount the hidden EFI volume in Disk Utility:

diskutility-efi

The hidden partitions will only be shown if Disk Utility’s debug mode has been enabled. In a shell, type:
defaults write com.apple.DiskUtility DUDebugMenuEnabled 1

Start Disk Utility and enable the option to show all partitions:

diskutility-debug

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