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Main Banana Discussion This is where we discuss our banana collections; tips on growing bananas, tips on harvesting bananas, sharing our banana photos and stories.


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Old 02-24-2021, 08:16 AM   #21 (permalink)
 
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Bread fruit is a favorite of mine, although I have never eaten it cooked as a sweet dish. I simply roast them over an open fire. Good stuff
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Bread fruit is a favorite of mine, although I have never eaten it cooked as a sweet dish. I simply roast them over an open fire. Good stuff
Tried it once, wasn't fresh or it would have been good

Btw why do people cook them in their over anyway?? Seems to me the whole experience is dampened when you use the oven. I guess maybe if they don't have a yard to do a campfire?
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Tried it once, wasn't fresh or it would have been good

Btw why do people cook them in their over anyway?? Seems to me the whole experience is dampened when you use the oven. I guess maybe if they don't have a yard to do a campfire?
Could be. I think part of it, is not knowing how good it is if cooked over a campfire. They can also be done on a grill, which is a nice option thst comes close. Most people have never tried it. I never had it till I tried it about 10 years ago.

It's too bad they are so sensitive to the cold or I would be growing several.
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