Sunday, July 26, 2009

Home Made Pineapple Enzyme

Do you notice enzyme making is kind of like ‘talk of the town’ lately? People are making all kinds of enzyme at home, whether is garbage enzyme, or fruits enzyme.

But each of everyone knows that whatever it is, it’s good for the earth and our health.

1 week ago, we have 2 ripe pineapples… and since nobody at home eats this, I decided to make pineapple enzyme.

Steps are easy… cut the pineapple into small cubes

Peel the lemon skins, and slice into thin slices.

And add on rock sugar. For this case, I bought this crystal tiny sugar from supermarket.

As for what’s the ratio like, seriously I was not taught about the ratio… but 2 medium size of ripe pineapples, I have 3 medium size of lemons and 2 packets of crystal sugar. And I make it layer by layer, for example 1 layer of pineapple, 1 layer of lemon slice and 1 layer of rock sugar.

Let it ferment for 15 days, if you see white layer of mold on the surface, that’s fine cuz, those are the live yeast.

But on the other hand if you see black dots, it’s advisable to throw away. Cuz, it’s spoil.

After 15 days of fermentation, you can harvest it and put in a small bottle for consumption.

Best to have it after meal. Enjoy!!

18 comments:

email2me said...

My mom made Chili enzyme for washing dishes .... XD

Little Inbox said...

I know it's good for health, but just too lazy to make one.

squall said...

enzyme is good for health...i love persimmon enzyme...is taste enice...

Food For Tots said...

I had heard about it for quite sometimes but never try it before. Looking forward to see your result after 15 days. What is the benefit for eating pineapple enzyme?

SimpleGirl said...

i made a few enzymes at home before....but the recipe is different...wish i could share next time!!! anyway, pineapple enzyme is very good for colon

FoOd PaRaDiSe said...

ah.... my sil and mil make enzyme too but they make some for washing purposes and it take longer period to fremented. ^-^

Big Boys Oven said...

wow I am lloking forward ont he harvesting.... I am also into this lol! cool right, let's share some soon!

Duckie said...

what are those for anyway? my mother in law makes them and i never asked. some looks a bit yucky.

worldwindows said...

Kind of like making yogurt! Enzyme?? a misnomer here?

ck lam said...

Would be nice to see the end product!

Steven Goh said...

this one is the pineapple one. my mum did one for lemon and apple one. I don't dare to drink much. scare can lau sai

Tummythoz said...

I tried a few variety using brown/red sugar but in the end, dare not consume. Now i have plenty of garbage enzyme. =P

mimid3vils said...

Would like to try to make but.....LAZY :P

cariso said...

I wanna see the end product too. :)

buzzingbee said...

my mum makes them too (not pineapple ones)! but it has a very strong smell lah.

babe_kl said...

sounds easy to make. bought a book on it but havent dare to venture into this yet :p

Apple Foodees said...

I love eating pineapple especially the pineapple tart. Would love to know how it was made too. ^^

Tony said...

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