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Old 07-04-2015, 02:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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why shouldn't you? The One Crazy-Delicious, Weight-Loss Food We Know You're Not Eating | Eat Clean (recipe link included)

I'm currently dieting and do like my bananas a bit under ripe but I'm not sure I'm up for this adventure...who's going first?
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Old 07-04-2015, 07:28 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I'm not! With everything sprayed on those!!! Unless I grow some myself...
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We previously established in another thread that you'd need over 1,000 skins per plant to supply any significant amount of nutrients to a banana plant.
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We previously established in another thread that you'd need over 1,000 skins per plant to supply any significant amount of nutrients to a banana plant.
Then I guess you might as well eat them. Bon appetit!
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why shouldn't you? The One Crazy-Delicious, Weight-Loss Food We Know You're Not Eating | Eat Clean (recipe link included)

I'm currently dieting and do like my bananas a bit under ripe but I'm not sure I'm up for this adventure...who's going first?
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