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He Cuts This Pineapple With A Sharp Knife. When He Opens It, I'm Blown Away

What do pineapples and tomatoes have in common? They were both spread around the world by sailors. Pineapples are indigenous to the South American country Paraguay and were spread to various regions by Native Americans. The delicious fruit was brought to Spain by Christopher Columbus in 1493. Pineapples are rich in Vitamin C, the main structural protein in human bodies required for maintaining the integrity of blood vessels, skin, organs, and bones. Lack of Vitamin C causes scurvy. Scurvy was common with sailors, leading many to bring pineapples on their journeys to stay healthy. The bad thing about pineapples is that they come in a ridiculously hard shell. The awesome tips in this video will help you unlock this tasty fruit.
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