Bananas! by Jacqueline Farmer

By Jacqueline Farmer

Did you listen the only concerning the banana? Why did the banana exit with the prune? since it could not get a date. Introducing the scrumptious and delectable, the intense and liked, the only and simply . . . banana! BANANAS! is the integral e-book approximately bananas. certain, you recognize bananas are right for you, yet how solid precisely? Ounce for ounce, a banana is much more nutritious than an apple. so one can retain the health care professional away, test a banana. and there's much more to profit approximately bananas. From their early roots in Southeast Asia to their creation to americans on the 1876 usa Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia along Alexander Graham Bell's new invention, the phone, bananas have a really auspicious historical past. Bananas are actually shipped (very rigorously) around the world. After interpreting BANANAS!, you will not contemplate bananas as only a quickly, effortless snack anymore.

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T he cold makes th e skin turn bla ck and the fruit stop ripening . 55 miles in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania. So why bananas? The banana is special in the way it grows: up to thirty feet tall with no woody trunk. It’s also special for its many unique varieties—just imagine a banana that tastes like ice cream! The banana was one of the first fruits ever grown on a farm, and it’s also really nutritious. Don’t you love that potassium and pectin? Animals and insects think the banana is pretty neat, too.

Let’s try a few more bananadanadelicious snacks. Chocolate-dipped Bananas 6 ripe bananas, peeled 1 /2 cup semisweet chocolate pieces 1 /4 cup evaporated milk 12 craft sticks Cut bananas in half crosswise. Push stick into cut ends and freeze for an hour. Have an adult help melt chocolate and evaporated milk in a saucepan over low heat. While still warm, pour mixture into shallow pan. Twirl frozen bananas in chocolate to coat. Eat right away or wrap in foil and freeze for later. Frosted Banana Milk Shake 1 small, very ripe banana 1 cup milk 1 /4 teaspoon vanilla 1 large scoop vanilla or strawberry ice cream cinnamon or nutmeg Mash banana and put into blender.

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