How to Pull Apart a PINEAPPLE | Pineapple Peeling - Fruity Fruits

  • Published on: 15 March 2019
  • Let's see if the #pullapart #pineapple technique is as easy as it looks. And if you don't have time for that pineapple #peeling business, I'll show you 2 other ways to open a pineapple because it's the BEST.

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  • Deanna McIntyre
    Deanna McIntyre   58 minuts ago

    I have never cut off the eyes before, we just eat them, but it looks beautiful. I also eat the core...I love pineapple.[I do a pineapple salad with fresh basil and sugar that people love. Plus a pineapple lemonade. Delicious!!!]

  • Holly Me
    Holly Me   1 hours ago

    I going to buy a pineapple to try your dad's spiral cut

  • Real Mhelsky
    Real Mhelsky   1 hours ago

    You know the inner core is the good source for cancer treatment that stored the powerful antioxidant on that area i enjoyed eating the core deliscious no waste.

  • Georgia Davison
    Georgia Davison   2 hours ago

    When hubby and I spent two weeks in Hawaii, we ate soooo much fresh pineapple that our mouths got raw inside, and the lining started to peel off. But it was worth it !!!

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    musical   3 hours ago

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  • Kristy Kabui
    Kristy Kabui   4 hours ago

    I don't have time to keep pulling, I just knife it off, cut and eat yummy

  • Nicola Ablett
    Nicola Ablett   5 hours ago

    THANK YOU I bought a pineapple only yesterday to try thisI like the way you took the crown offwill try and grow onehave had success with avocado

  • Up2 Me
    Up2 Me   9 hours ago

    My technique is the same as your father, I actually have 5 pineapples growing/maturing in my garden at the moment, planted from tops or crowns removed from store bought pineapple, I planted those 2 years ago some directly in my garden and some are in big pots and here in Cambodia my pineapple takes around 2-3 months tops to mature. The new pineapples I get from replanted crowns are smaller but have nothing to be ashamed off in terms of taste and sweetness! They are just mind blowing! I actually leave them on the plant till they turn almost completely yellow...Next one to be devoured will be in a week or two max, can’t wait!!

  • nbnjtv
    nbnjtv   9 hours ago

    "cut it thiiis way"

  • nubeing500
    nubeing500   9 hours ago

    love the song in the beginning. ♥ :-)

  • Pamela Martin
    Pamela Martin   11 hours ago

    All of these methods are really cool but your method is by far the best.

  • Gary XHLC
    Gary XHLC   11 hours ago

    Wait, what, you mean you don't use a Pinapple Apple Pen?!I'll see myself out now.... ;)

  • RiceAndSoySauce
    RiceAndSoySauce   12 hours ago

    Your dad's method of cutting a pineapple is my mom's way of doing it as well. Perfect for presentation for guests or fruit bentos!

  • Bruce Dow
    Bruce Dow   12 hours ago

    One of the best ways to eat pineapple, is to peel, make [about] 1/4" thick slices, place them on a tray and sprinkle lightly, with cinnamon. Put them in the sun, turn over after first day, and within two days, they will have dried, and shrunk to around half the original size, ... but those pieces are so delicious, most people cannot stop eating them. They keep well. Note: An adjustable banjo slicer, if you have one, is maybe the easiest, and fastest way of slicing them evenly.

  • Brenda Vogel
    Brenda Vogel   12 hours ago

    The reason why the the pineapple on the viral video works better is because it’s not pineapple. It’s a different fruit similar to pineapple but it has a different name and it’s more round. It is found in South America .

  • Keks Manera5
    Keks Manera5   13 hours ago

    Pineapples are great for after certain surgeries to help reduce swelling and promote healing.

  • Jayhawk
    Jayhawk   13 hours ago

    I'm probably never going to do this but I really enjoyed learning some new things about pineapple!

  • CheCheSmith
    CheCheSmith   13 hours ago

    Theres tons of bromelain in the core- dont toss.

  • Sarah Elizabeth Atkins
    Sarah Elizabeth Atkins   14 hours ago

    I literally adore how excited you got about this. This is so pure; the best. subscribing right now bc I loved this so much!

  • Livi Renea
    Livi Renea   14 hours ago

    HOW TO PEEL A 🍍:1.) Go to the store2.) Go onto the canned fruit aisle3.) Pick a can of pineapples 4.) Buy the can of pineapples5.) Go home6.) Open the can7.) EAT THE PINEAPPLES!

  • Criss Meredith
    Criss Meredith   14 hours ago

    Let's try this again...Here is a recipe I've made a few times, and it's really good. I hope if you decide to try it, you'll enjoy it... Ranch Chicken Salad 1 can (20 ounces) pineapple chunks drained, reserving juice , or you could use fresh pineapple, reserving 1/4 cup of the juice½ cup mayonnaise 1 cup sliced celery 1 packet (1 ounce) Hidden Valley® Original Ranch® Salad Dressing & Seasoning Mix 2 cups cubed, cooked chicken STEP 1 In a large bowl, combine chicken, celery, and pineapple chunks, and set aside. STEP 2 In a small bowl, mix the dressing mix with mayonnaise and ¼ cup of the reserved pineapple juice until well blended. Pour dressing on the chicken mixture and toss well to coat. Chill covered at least 1 hour before serving.

  • Alwee 'N' Boo
    Alwee 'N' Boo   14 hours ago

    I love pineapples! I've heard that they're more of a berry than pine or apple lol How fascinating that they form in a spiral pattern! Kudos to your dad for noticing and peeling according to!

  • Linda Lepage
    Linda Lepage   14 hours ago

    My mouth is watering for pineapple now!

  • Stan Watt
    Stan Watt   14 hours ago

    Twist the tops off the ripe ones ;) Eat raw, ripe pineapples to stop coughs.

  • Diana Dewey
    Diana Dewey   15 hours ago

    Cool video. Another way is with a pineapple cutter which is much like the Apple cutter . Core is cut away and outside at same time.

  • Don
    Don   15 hours ago

    I have now seen Emmy's pineapple dance, and it was outstanding! :)

  • Elizabeth
    Elizabeth   16 hours ago

    Bout time Emmy gets the views she's ALWAYSSS DESERVED!!!!

  • LostInMySpace
    LostInMySpace   17 hours ago

    I cut a pineapple just like you, but I don't go down the middle, but just cut off the good pineapple and leave the core. More importantly, I don't dice the entire pineapple until I'm ready to serve it, so it remains intact as whole large slivers until it is going to be eaten the next couple days.

  • LostInMySpace
    LostInMySpace   17 hours ago

    I think if you use a paring knife and just score the grren outer edge to get it started so the skin is cut, the remaining result will work.

  • Tommy.Philip
    Tommy.Philip   17 hours ago

    Here in my house we just take the skin off, we eat the entire thing including the core and the "eyes"

  • Candis Hicks
    Candis Hicks   19 hours ago

    The first technique makes me super anxious. Thank you for showing wayyyyy better techniques after that one.

  • Ismael Hernandez
    Ismael Hernandez   20 hours ago

    I love pineapple, but if I eat too much it makes my tongue feel funny. Must be that enzyme.

  • Samantha Romero
    Samantha Romero   21 hours ago

    Emmy, Have you heard of a cashew apple? I know they are eaten in India, but don't ripen well off the tree and tend to go bad quickly. I'm curious about this fruit.