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Flip pineapples to keep them sweet

Fine Cooking Issue 91

Because sugar can settle in a whole pineapple, it’s a good idea to store it upside down if you’re letting it ripen for a day or more. The morning before I plan to slice it, I cut the greens off and store the pineapple upside down, so by the time I cut into it, each slice is equally sweet.

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