The Pineapple!. “Nature’s Porcupine”. The Pineapple!. “Nature’s Porcupine” (besides the actual porcupine). Pineapple . Common Names: Pineapple, Ananas, Nanas, Pina. Latin Name: Ananas comosus Family: Bromeliaceae Related Species: Pina de Playon ( Ananas bracteatus ). .
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(besides the actual porcupine)
Common Names: Pineapple, Ananas, Nanas, Pina.
Latin Name: Ananas comosus
Related Species: Pina de Playon (Ananas bracteatus).
At school they called me “whine-crapple”
The acid content indicates our promiscuity.
My “crown” means I’m the king of bedwetting!
Those sailors had more than scurvy!
The Brix test is the most painful experience I’ve ever endured.
Hawaii produces ten percent of the world's pineapple crops. Other countries producing the fruit include Mexico, Honduras, Dominican Republic, Philippines, Thailand, Costa Rica, China, and Asia. It is the third most canned fruit and available year round.
Workers pick the pineapple and place it in a basket, where other workers transfer it to a box with the crown up. It must be kept dry during this process before being shipped to grocery stores.
All of my relatives were murdered during the truck ride.
With enough bromelain, you could digest an infant in minutes.
Deep green crown leaves are a sign of freshness. Avoid dried out leaves, bruised fruit, or soft spots. After cut store in a refridgerator.
Stage 6 is too grotesque to depict in a classroom setting.
The hollowed out pineapple can be made into a “girl drink”
Pineapple will never be a substitute for love.
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