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Viral Pineapple Hack
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Viral Pineapple Hack

Have you seen the viral pineapple hack where the “berries” are plucking straight from the fruit?! Is this the new way to peel a pineapple?

When we first saw it on social media, we were mind blown. So naturally, we decided to test the theory to see if it actually works. We got ourselves a pineapple, cut the top off and dug our fingers in to puck off the pineapple berries.

See how it all went down:

Does it work? Technically yes; you can pull apart the pineapple. Was it easy? Not at all. We were left with very sore fingers and it took a lot of muscle to peel each individual piece.

We found this method of eating pineapple was messy with the juices flying all over the place & it wasn’t the easiest or simplest way to consume the tropical fruit. You’re better off cutting it with a knife which will saving you time and hardly any clean up! Check out our step-by-step guide to cutting a pineapple. 

The hack would work better on a very ripe pineapple. We spoke to the pineapple experts, Pure Gold Pineapple who said that the pineapple used in the viral videos were over-ripe, ready for the compost pile to be able to break away like that. The perfect pineapple, ready for your eating pleasure, is firm and not soft.

Want some pineapple on your plate without the hassle of peeling or cutting it yourself? Jamaica Blue has you covered with our limited edition pineapple menu at your local cafe now!

Find your nearest cafe to try it for yourself.

 

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