Pineapple (Saparot)

Pineapple (Saparot)

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Sweet and juicier than those grown in other countries, the Thai pineapple is reckoned to be the best of them all. The southern variety is smaller, but even tastier. A Pinch of salt enhances the flavour.

Season: All year


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