Leftover pineapple peels and cores after making pudding, juice, or pulissery? Worry not. Pineapple tops can be planted to grow more pineapples. Pineapple peels and cores can be used to make homemade wine perfect for Christmas season.
pieces – 1 big pineapple
knife, remove the pineapple peels and core of the pineapple. Now, chop the
pineapple peels and core.
cinnamon, and cloves. Stir well. Close the lid of the jar. Now cover the lid with a
cloth and secure tightly with a string. Keep the jar in a cool dark place. On
the 3rd day, open the jar and stir well. Again, on the 5th and 7th
day, open the jar and stir well. On 10th day, open the jar and
strain the wine and throw out all the peels and sediments accumulated on the
strainer. Fill the wine in bottles. Wine will look cloudy at this stage. Keep
it undisturbed for another 21 days. On 22nd day, open the jar, and
you can see the cloudiness of wine is no more as the sediments have all settled
down on the bottom of the jar. The wine will look clear. Serve the wine without
disturbing the sediments, i.e, don’t
shake the bottle.