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Poster: Sappy Ferret  (see this users gallery)

Large, double banana needing identification.
· Date: Thu April 7, 2022 · Views: 103 · Filesize: 47.9kb · Dimensions: 374 x 374 ·
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Kingt82

Registered: April 2020
Location: Huntersville, NC
Posts: 50
Thu April 7, 2022 7:28pm

That is very interesting and huge!
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CValentine

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Registered: May 2009
Location: Bell County, Texas
Posts: 3846
Fri April 8, 2022 1:42am

No real idea at all - but the fruit looks like a skinny Hua Moa sample...
If it is firm fleshed, I would let it sit until the skin turns black - then wait an extra 2 days and slice it up width wise. If it is salmon or pinkish inside, then it is a sweet Hawaiian plantain. I would make each about 1/2" thick, fry in oil & drizzle with honey.(Maduros)


If it is not and goes mushy - I don't know, and if it stays firm then it's most likely a plantain of some kind.


Good luck! ~Che

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Registered: May 2012
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