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Thread: Learned something new!!!

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    I use aluminum foil also and no it doesn't matter what side wraps to the inside. We've gotten used to brown bananas, at first they were a little off putting. I take them out of the fridge when I make the coffee so they get room temp by the time we eat breakfast. I don't like them cold. We use the "monkey" method of peeling them, have taught our grandkids to do it that way. So much easier for them than breaking the top part back.

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    iI hate really ripe bananas unless they're frozen and in a milk shake. I peel 'em and wrap in a sandwich baggie & throw in freezer. They're ready for some almond/coconut milk & the blender. Mummmm good. We used to own a fast food resturant and when we had too many I would peel, roll in chopped nuts, then wrap & freeze. Makes a good treat.
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    actually putting bananas in the fridge is where they belong. I also read on health food page that they are packed with more nutrients when they are like you make banana bread with. I like bananas.

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    What a lot of awesome tips. Thanks ladies! I love this board!!!!!!

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