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Pineapples are one of my families favorite fruits to eat especially when they are in season.  I always dreaded buying a fresh pineapple because I always had such a challenge cutting it into pieces.  So today I wanted to show you how I learned how to cut a pineapple so that it is simple and easy!  Once you cut a pineapple this way, you will never go back to any other way, it really is that easy.  So the next time that you are at the super market, grab yourself a fresh pineapple and try this method, you won’t be disappointed!



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3 thoughts on “How To Video ~ The EASIEST Way To Cut Up An Organic Pineapple!”

  1. Joan Collins says:

    That sure was helpful! Thanks!

  2. Melanie Shaffer says:

    Thanks Haile!! Love love love fresh pineapple

  3. Tara6 says:

    Yeah, um. Just a couple of tips on this. Keep your knives sharpened, and and never pull a knife towards you.

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