If you're eating 30 bananas a day, you know what a rash of banana trash you're leaving behind... so I was searching for a way not to waste the peels. I intend to garden, but am not, yet, so it's not feasible to start a compost heap now. Solution?
Dehydrate them and grind them into powder for long term storage. Someone on youtube has already made a video on this. Even if you don't intend to garden, perhaps you could sell it at farmer's market as fertilizer, or at the very least, reduce landfill waste since instead of having twenty pounds of solid peel, you have a much smaller mass of waste you're throwing out.
All great options. Good to add to the list. (Man, I miss NYC. The compost would be great for a good aquaponic rooftop garden, as are becoming popular in NYC.)
In UK, now many councils collect foot waste with other recycling, so I recycle all my banana and other fruit peels.
Why is it not feasible to compost? If you are intending to garden eventually, you want as much compost as you can get. Start composting now. Just make sure the heap is pretty so the homeowner's association doesn't get their panties all up in a bunch. I hear they don't even like clotheslines nowadays. If I lived in an area with one, I'd make them pay the electric bill for my clothes dryer.