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    Rod Schiffman

    Another option is to run it through the food mill and use the juice in Tiki drinks. At our house we turn a pineapple into 4 Boo Loos.

    Russell Taylor

    My generic answer = wrap in bacon and broil


    This is a great post. We've been using Winder Farms for our weekly farm delivery and received moldy pineapples twice - the fruit on the inside was hard and uncomfortably sour and the only option was to cook it. Too bad the rind was moldy or I'd have tried my hand at tepache.... maybe next time.

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