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A juicy sweet tropical fruit native to Brazil. This fruit of a bromeliad is eaten throughout most of the world. Pineapple is typically served fresh but it can be grilled or pan fried.
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1 med   =   2 lbs | 3 cups chunks/cubes | 8oz can sliced = 4 slices | 20oz can = 10 slices | 8oz can chunks or crushed = 3/4 cup, 1/4 cup juice


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