Watch Now Argentina vs Iceland How to Pull Apart a PINEAPPLE | Pineapple Peeling – Fruity Fruits


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68 thoughts on “Watch Now Argentina vs Iceland How to Pull Apart a PINEAPPLE | Pineapple Peeling – Fruity Fruits”

    1. +elines acevedo πŸ™‚ True! I just thought it was cute because I don’t normally hear people say “my pineapples ovaries” or “my raspberries ovaries”, etc. Then it got me thinking. Does that make the seeds the “sperm”? LOL that would be hilarious as well. “Look at the cute sperm all over the strawberries!”

    2. +Ashleigh Jankowski no, the seed would be the embryo. Pollen would be the semen that contains the pollen grains, which are the “sperm”.

    3. Whezzing to the context of how excited you are about ovaries when the subject is pineapple is fantastic.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  1. Ok my coworker and I came across that video on tik tok so we had to try this once we got to work(good thing we work in a produce dept.πŸ˜‚) so we just tried the “viral” technique and I got to say it was so exciting to do this…PSA it DOES WORK!

  2. This is nice video for clout chasers but this is Not hygienic or practical for storage reasons. πŸ”₯πŸ™Œ

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  4. People who love pineapple should look up how to make tepache from Mexico! You just take all the scraps add them to water add a little sugar an optional chili pepper and let it ferment a few days and bottle it. The skin already has the natural yeast on it. The beverage is very tasty and refreshing with just a touch of alcohol. There are plenty of YouTube videos to show you the way.

  5. Was wondering how to cut these , i was just staring at one n the store one day wishing i knew how now thanks 2 u I know!

  6. To pick the perfect pineapple, pull on one of the top leaves in the crown. If the leaf comes out easily and smooth, your pineapple is perfect. Going by the color isn’t as effective for ripeness. I learned this from a little old lady at the market about 30 years ago. Little old ladies know stuff!!! Now I’m the little old lady! 🍍

  7. You can’t always plant the top. I think they have a life of 3 pineapples. So if you plant it for a fourth you’ll be very frustrated.

  8. When I was pregnant with my first baby, I CRAVED pineapples. I ate so much of it until my mouth was raw. To this day I can’t help but remember how sore my mouth was because I just could stop eating pineapple!

  9. I don’t know if it’s a Brazilian costume, but we usually eat the middle of the pineapple 🍍 For me, it tastes good.

  10. Now me wants to go get one .I have o e of those pineapple corier that u twist.just dont do it too far lol .looks yummy .

  11. You can’t just put that piece in dirt and it grows. You have to have just the top of the crown and you peel the bottom leaves off until you expose the roots. Then you let that sit in water for a few days u til the little roots come out more and then you plant it

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