Slicing into a whole fresh pineapple can be a gamble: The flesh often looks pale and tastes tart. That’s because the fruit constantly stands upright, so its natural juices settle on the bottom. The save: Cut off the leafy green top and turn the fruit upside down (so it’s standing on the cut end); let sit for an hour before slicing. This will distribute the juice evenly throughout the fruit, making every bite delectable.
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