If you are among those who before buying a juice read the label to know what is the percentage of fruit used, then this is the post for you. Because here we will explain how to make a homemade Pineapple Juice Recipe. With a little patience, and choosing, you'll be sure to drink a pure fruit juice, with no added preservatives, dyes or sugars. Pineapple Juice is very common in all warm countries, from India to Mexico with the scent of sun, rich in mineral salts and is perfect in the summer but also in winter if you fancy a holiday atmosphere.
At the Museo Nazionale Romano in Rome at the Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, on the third floor there is a floor mosaic dating from the Roman era which is placed between the first century BC and the first century AD, there is shown a basket of fruit, among them a figure with strong similarities with pineapple, with the typical color, the characteristic inflorescence spike and flakes. To intrigue is just the possible presence of a fruit native to tropical America, arrived in Europe only after the voyages of Christopher Columbus. A more plausible is that the author wanted to depict a pine cone with a sprig of pine needles.
The pineapple was a symbol of hospitality: it was use of the natives hang at the entrance of their homes, to welcome. In Europe, the pineapple in syrup canned fruit is the most consumed. Pineapple is a fruit not climacteric once detached from the plant stops its maturation, only the peel color changes but not the pulp and sugar content. If skin is too brown or green is not good!
To the ancient Aztec peoples pineapple was the character that stood for she who is beautiful even when out it's raining. Even today it is customary for the native tribes of the Hawaiian islands give this fruit to young people who have taken an important step as a symbol of success. Some diets today prefer them as burns fat.
Prep Time: 10 mins ♥ Cook Time: 10 mins ♥ Total Time: 20 mins ♥ Yield: 4 servings
Nutrition facts per serving: 180 calories, 4.6 grams fat
2 tbsp sugar
1 cup ice
1 mint sprig
1 tsp honey
Chop the pineapple into pieces, add sugar and then blend them until smooth.
Drizzle some honey on top and decorate your glass with an fresh mint sprig.