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Pineapple

A slang term for a $50 note in Australia. The term is derived from the fact that $50 notes are mostly yellow.
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4 THE difference in colour between pineapples is down to where they were grown.
e enzymes within pineapple are excellent at breaking down protein, and as such can be used to tenderise meat (I've told you before how some pineapples are so strongly-laced with this bromelain enzyme that they can cause the gums to bleed whilst eating
These days, when you can buy pineapples for a pittance at any supermarket, it may be difficult to imagine the elevated status afforded to the pineapple in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Pineapples are largely cultivated in Bidhannagar, 45 kilometres from Siliguri.
Four out of five fresh pineapples sold in the UK come from Costa Rica, but in the year to 12 June just 59.
He revealed at the launch of Wii party game Just Dance: "I was alluding to the fact that their hair looks like pineapples.
Caramelised pineapples with low fat ice cream 2 ' points per serving serves 4
A total of 139,000 acres were being used to grow pineapples in Hawaii during 2006.
But the Royal Hort-icultural Society still called the feat "extremely rare" as pineapples need a constant 18-30C (64-86F) and flourish only in countries like Brazil and Peru.
To grow pineapples in Europe, at least in northern Europe, one needed greenhouses where gardeners could keep the temperatures high and feed the bushes.