Bananas Ripening

This is how we hang bananas bought green, so that they can ripen without developing soft spots from resting on a surface :) You will know that the banana is ripe when it starts getting spots. I’ve noticed the bananas (and mangoes) in US supermarkets are usually still quite underripe. If it’s not got a good smattering of spots, it’s not ready :)

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  • http://chezannies.blogspot.com Nate

    That’s a good idea. We usually leave them on the counter and sometimes they get covered by something. Next thing you know there’s fruit flies buzzing and wet, mushy, rotted banana mess on the counter.

    Nate’s last blog post..In Memoriam: Ryosuke Yoshioka, the Sushi Man of San Francisco

  • http://chezannies.blogspot.com Nate

    That’s a good idea. We usually leave them on the counter and sometimes they get covered by something. Next thing you know there’s fruit flies buzzing and wet, mushy, rotted banana mess on the counter.

    Nate’s last blog post..In Memoriam: Ryosuke Yoshioka, the Sushi Man of San Francisco

  • http://blahblohblog.wordpress.com YingYang

    Very creative banana hanger thingy! You’ve given me an idea for my next crafty project.

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  • http://blahblohblog.wordpress.com YingYang

    Very creative banana hanger thingy! You’ve given me an idea for my next crafty project.

    YingYang’s last blog post..Grenada makes Fark.com…


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