Yes, It’s Possible to Slice a Pineapple in Seconds

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While you can purchase pineapples from the market whole and break them down yourself with a knife, there’s another way to cut a pineapple. The other method is to use a pineapple slicer and dicer tool, and once you master the technique, it takes only half the effort (and requires half the cleanup) of the knife-wielding version.


There are only two steps involved: First insert the long, narrow part of the pineapple tool into the top of a trimmed pineapple, applying light pressure and twisting the handle. Then, pulling up, lift the flesh from the shell—depending on the pineapple, this may take little to significant effort—and (if you’re going for cubes of pineapple) slide the dicer down the stack of rings.

It sounds more complicated than it actually is, so watch the video to see the tool in action:



Craving a frozen pineapple drink after watching our video? Get the recipe for our Pineapple-Basil Freeze.


The Pineapple-Basil Freeze in our Gold Pineapple Double Old Fashioned Glass (pineapple shirt not included).



One comment about “Yes, It’s Possible to Slice a Pineapple in Seconds

  1. Nickita Miller

    A food processor is no longer an elite kitchen appliance used only by the top chefs. Due to its immense practicality, this kitchen time-saver has grown in popularity over the past few years, generating higher production and lower costs. Consequently, food processors are easily available to grace even the most basic of kitchens.


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