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I think normal bananas skin are threated with something that they can´t get mold. That may mean that plantains often not threated with anything, right ?
I heard there is no Spraying necessary and its a more natural way to grow them how they grow them. I am not sure if it is true or plantain banana trading is to commercial already for this.
This is what very ripe and gooey but delicious plantains look like
These were also good
You can eat them out of skin with a spoon.My plantain i had once was more pink inside, not sure if they was that ripe like yours. I made the experience that even they are black or almost fully black that they can be hard sometimes on the ends.
never had plantain, look delicious... Does it taste like banana?
Amazingly they were delicious. Even though they look like they are 'bad' I placed them in the fridge and they lasted a few more days. As long as they retain some firmness they should still be fine.
Oh wow! Are they still good?
Check out the photo I posted of very ripe gooey plantains. They were delicious.
I thought plantains could only be eaten cooked, I was so wrong! thats amazing!:D when can you eat them? when they are brown or black(almost)?
In parts of Africa they use plantains as a starch. They are the highest consumers per capita of bananas in the world (which includes plantains). Essentially they replace the potato in many African dishes. They are also fried or baked and used as a dessert.
They are a particularly good food source for Africans who don't have so much to spend on food as they are higher in calories than bananas.
Yes, inside they are still perfect with mold! Had them too with mold ...haha, my mom screamed about the look of the plantain, for my it was the most delicious i ever tasted. I wonder too what a tree-ripe one tastes like...
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