go_kartmozart: works with grapefruit too
TheOfficeSpace: I eat watermelon with salt all the time. I never thought about putting it on pineapple.
nerbovig: Ironically the pineapple also helps break down tough meat. Try it next time on the grill.
TooShiftyForYou: Apparently adding salt to your coffee makes it less bitter, although I’m hesitant to try that.
hutchandstuff: So friedddd rice. …
7LeagueBoots: I’m living in Vietnam right now and wherever you go you get all sorts of fruit served with salt to dip it in. Often the fruit is a bit under-ripe as well.
ButtsArePeopleToo: Does this work with lemons?
sartoriusrex: As a general tip for cooking, salty and acidic go hand-in-hand. They balance any meal, so if something tastes a bit too salty, round it out with some lime, lemon, balsamic, orange, pineapple juice, etc. Not too much. To taste, one might say. And vice versa.
Gargomon251: That explains why pizza with pineapple is good
IcedHemp77: My grandpa always sprinkled salt on his watermelon 🍉
squidgun: Try sprinkling some salt on oranges next time
Indubitably_Confused: Makes sense why Ham with Pineapple tastes delicious. Ham works on the Pineapple, and the Pineapple works on the Ham.
MyOtherTagsGood: That’s why pineapple anchovy pizza is so good.