I'm already missing mangoes and unfortunately really don't care for dates much. In the US that leaves bananas in the winter for a staple. I'd love to hear some ideas on tastier ways to get those bananas down!
Please share your favorite bananas recipes/ideas here. I need could use some inspiration.
Thanks so much!
how you feel about Tanin?
when i first saw they were a 801010 ratio nut i was like go get some but then they were not appealing at all
studies have demonstrated that products containing chestnut tannins included at low dosages (0.15–0.2 %) in the diet can be beneficial. Some studies suggest that chestnut tannins have been shown to have positive effects on silage quality in the round bale silages, in particular reducing NPNs (non protein nitrogen) in the lowest wilting level
tannins inhibit herbivore digestion by binding to consumed plant proteins and making them more difficult for animals to digest, and by interfering with protein absorption and digestive enzymes
Good to know, thanks
Yes, it's extreme, just thought it was interesting and coincidental to the chestnut mention. I don't think I've got any objections to it as the nitro hits only the externals and makes such a huge difference in being able to shell them. Have you ever tried shelling chestnuts? It's unbelievably difficult!
i like to blend them without water, they are tastier and feel lighter in the stomach for me, first i mash them inside the blender and them pulse it till you get a smooth and creamy drink :)
ps don't blend for to long to avoid oxidation
I never get sick of banana smoothies with a cup of blackberries and/or raspberries - absolute heaven. Also I throw in 2 cups of greens. I have at least one of these every day.
The store I shop at sells big bags of organic frozen mango and I like banana & frozen mango smoothies a lot.
if you added whizzed up dried mulberries to that cereal it would be like granola!