It’s time to say goodbye to brown bananas!
Bananas becoming brown, soft, and unappetizing to eat: unfortunately buying a bunch often ends up in a race against time. It’s one of those things in life we just need to accept. Or not?
Bananas are full of minerals, vitamins and fibers. They are also pretty filling; after eating a banana you will probably leave off the snacking.
Unfortunately, they go brown very quickly, which is downright unappetizing. But what is the exact reason for this? In a nutshell; in special ripening warehouses so-called ethylene is released when the bananas have to ripen.
This ethylene will start the ripening process and as a result the bananas themselves will also start to produce ethylene.
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