- Food Trivia: Honduras : Pineapples are grown by many Hondurans in their gardens In Honduras, every part of the pineapple is used for something. The skin is used to make tea, Chicha or vinegar for preserving vegetables ; the fruit is used to make juice, jam or pies; and the tops are put in buckets of water until they sprout roots and can be replanted in the garden.

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