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Did you know: How to preserve bananas?

This method prevents ethylene gas, produced naturally in the ripening process, from reaching other parts of the fruit and prematurely ripening it.
This method prevents ethylene gas, produced naturally in the ripening process, from reaching other parts of the fruit and prematurely ripening it.

To keep a bunch of bananas fresh for longer, wrap the stems in some plastic wrap. Re-cover the bananas with the wrap after removing one.

Keep ripe bananas at room temperature if you will be eating them within a few days. Eat or refrigerate the bananas as spots develop on the skin and before they are overripe.

Make sure your bananas don't overripe!
Make sure your bananas don't overripe!
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