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Nice Rotten bananas , cheap ......tasman1

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#1 by tasman1 » Wed Jul 15, 2020 19:36

Nice rotten bananas are on special today here , very cheap , only 3.00 per kg

Cool , good for Apes , we like rotten food , very sugary , will buy more for future consumption , no constipation ever with that but must use a bit more toilet paper
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#2 by Darkstar2 » Wed Jul 15, 2020 20:41

Roses are red, violets are blue,
I want some rotten bananas,
and some imodium too.
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#3 by valerie » Wed Jul 15, 2020 21:33

My grandfather always ate the black bananas.
They were yellow of course but he liked them with the skins were black and very ripe.
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#4 by apollonia84 » Wed Jul 15, 2020 21:53

Correlation between rotten food and toilet paper is interesting :D

But sorry I don't like bananas I will find another rotten fruit to try !
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#5 by Darkstar2 » Wed Jul 15, 2020 22:19

valerie wrote: My grandfather always ate the black bananas.
They were yellow of course but he liked them with the skins were black and very ripe.

I hope he was not diabetic - An unripe banana is a starch, as it becomes ripe it slowly transforms into sugar. The healthiest way to eat a banana is before it develops the black spots on the skin, even though some people like to eat them that way because they are sweet :)

I'm glad I'm not the only one who understood the toilet paper reference :lol: :lol: :lol:

I LOVE bananas, nothing like a big bowl of oatmeal or quaker harvest crunch and slices of bananas......

I just don't like to eat them when they are too ripe, but I don't like to eat them green either, I just like them JUST RIGHT, yellow, and before the black spots develop. How to properly eat a banana, this is art ! :mrgreen:
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#6 by valerie » Wed Jul 15, 2020 22:27

For health, the best way to eat bananas is when they are very very over ripe.
They're most nutritious that way.

I guess it works. He lived to be over 90.
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#7 by tasman1 » Wed Jul 15, 2020 22:32

valerie wrote: For health, the best way to eat bananas is when they are very very over ripe.
They're most nutritious that way.

I guess it works. He lived to be over 90.



Thanks for that Valerie
As a Ape who mostly eat bananas [ very ripe and brown ] I can hope now to live to 120 ] and finish here another 100000 surveys
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#8 by Darkstar2 » Wed Jul 15, 2020 22:47

valerie wrote: For health, the best way to eat bananas is when they are very very over ripe.
They're most nutritious that way.

I guess it works. He lived to be over 90.

He was not diabetic then - :) But yeah ripe and even over ripe has health benefits and in theory the same calories, BUT..........you probably know that a banana is initially a starch, the enzymes break the starch and it turns to sugar. The more the banana gets ripe the higher the Glycemic Index, the higher index, the higher spike in your blood sugar, which will cause a rush of insulin, the fat hormone BTW :) So people who are overweight, trying to lower weight, have diabetes, or insulin resistance, should avoid overripe bananas. How ripe to eat a banana is a matter of taste. I managed to completely lose all the excess weight not by crash diets, but by controlling the glycemic index and load of the foods I eat, it's science, it works, proper management of your insulin and sugar levels is key, it worked and have not gained a single pound since - I eat everything that I want and like and keep the high glycemic foods only after a workout.

I must admit I love bananas when they have the black spots - they are sweet :D I tried eating once a banana that was green or unripe, it was not the best tasting :lol: But personally, I would not eat them overripe or black, yuck, and BTW there is a big difference between overripe and rotten - :mrgreen:

Question for you, who would want to live 90 nowadays ?
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#9 by valerie » Thu Jul 16, 2020 07:25

No, my grandfather was not diabetic. He lived a very full and disease free life.

As long as I can enjoy life, like he did, that would be great to live to 90 or beyond.
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#10 by cxlxjx_2 » Thu Jul 16, 2020 08:05

Here in Brazil, some people eat fried bananas with rice and beans ... :?
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#11 by cxlxjx_2 » Thu Jul 16, 2020 08:11

Black bananas are good for making schmier (a type of jam, a recipe from German immigrants).
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#12 by josealvesjr » Thu Jul 16, 2020 08:19

I guess the Germans did not take that recipe with them to Brazil. No bananas in Germany to my knowledge.
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#14 by cxlxjx_2 » Thu Jul 16, 2020 09:49

josealvesjr wrote: I guess the Germans did not take that recipe with them to Brazil. No bananas in Germany to my knowledge.

There are schmier of various types of fruit (strawberry, blackberry, fig ...) as in Brazil there are bananas, they do it with them.
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#15 by Darkstar2 » Thu Jul 16, 2020 10:11

valerie wrote: No, my grandfather was not diabetic. He lived a very full and disease free life.

As long as I can enjoy life, like he did, that would be great to live to 90 or beyond.

Good luck, that's a big gamble nowadays, with everything going around the world.
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#16 by Darkstar2 » Thu Jul 16, 2020 10:12

cxlxjx_2 wrote: Here in Brazil, some people eat fried bananas with rice and beans ... :?

I want some :D Yeah the fried banana is popular in some parts of the U.S., the south mostly. Care for some fried banana and peanut butter sandwich ? :mrgreen:

Oh did somebody mention figs ? I love figs......
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