Question of the day - Thursday 21 January

GemsGem

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Hey everyone :wave3:

Today’s question is about bananas :lol:
Which number would you consider the perfect ripeness for a banana, if given a choice ?
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I think I would pick 6 as perfect ripeness for me. Although, I could pretty much eat all the other numbers :crazy:
 

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I freeze mine (it's not here and frozen banana is delicious).. slice, lay on a tray on baking paper and freeze, then bag and freeze if they make it that far. For that you need 6 - 8.
 

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9 or 10, provided the peel isn't split. I find that a lot of the single sold 'naners in the convenience stores here all have their peels split and that's just...too much. I'm always like "TODAY I WILL EAT A BANANA!" and then I go to the store and they're all either at like #2 or are split open. :dunno: 14 and 15 for banana bread, but I've made bread with anything from the last two rows.
 
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