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Fresh Green Banana
Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan...
- Bananas are good sources of vitamin (vitamin C, vitamin B6, riboflavin, folate, pantothenic acid,..) and minerals (potassium, manganese, magnesium, and copper)
- Bananas contain significant amounts of dietary fiber and protein.
- Provides relief from stomach ulcers and constipation
- Helps cure kidney disorders
- Aids in treating piles & anemia
- Provide relief from menstrual problems
- Reduce inflammation from arthritis and gout
- Keep eyes and bones healthy
- Helps prevent cardiovascular disorders
HOW TO STORE
While bananas look resilient, they're actually very fragile and care should be taken in their storage. They should be left to ripen at room temperature and should not be subjected to overly hot or cold temperatures. Unripe bananas should not be placed in the refrigerator as this will interrupt the ripening process to such an extent that it will not be able to resume even if the bananas are returned to room temperature.
HOW TO SELECT
Bananas should be firm, but not too hard, bright in appearance, and free from bruises or other injuries. Their stems and tips should be intact. The size of the banana does not affect its quality, so simply choose the size that best meets your needs.
In addition to being eaten raw, bananas are a wonderful addition to a variety of recipes from salads to baked goods.