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Old 06-30-2009, 12:00 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Default Re: Spoiled on homegrown bananas

Go ahead and rub it in Nick!

Originally Posted by Nicolas Naranja View Post
I rarely run out of Bananas, but I am currently out of them and my wife bought some Chiquitas out of the store. It has been a good 6-7 months since I last had a store bought banana and I must say "how do people eat such bland bananas". Growing up I used to think those bananas were a sweet treat. I think I've gotten spoiled over the past year or two by always having my own sweet bananas to eat and it just makes me wonder how the Big Cavendish Variety maintains its hold.
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