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Banana Peel Uses

from THEINDIANSPOT

Top Five Beauty Treatments With Banana Peel

We are already aware of the fact that bananas are loaded with nutrients, natural sugars and antioxidants; hence it is a fruit that should be a part of your daily diet. However, if you are ready to go that extra mile, you can also use bananas for delectable skincare and hair-care recipes which would take

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from thefrugalchicken.com

10 Ways To Use Banana Peels In Your Garden As Fertilizer

Use banana peels in your garden instead of throwing them away! Here's 10 ways to use banana peels in your garden. Easy projects you can do today! From FrugalChicken

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Almond Banana Fudge: coconut oil, almond butter, raw honey, banana, vanilla. that's it! made this just like the recipe said. the batter before it set was really yummy. the finished result was good, but not as good as the gooey batter. might make again but use it as a dip for fruit?

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10 Top Things To Do With Your Banana Peels | The WHOot
from The WHOot

10 Top Things To Do With Your Banana Peels

10 Top Things To Do With Your Banana Peels | The WHOot

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from WonderHowTo

How To: 10 Weirdly Useful Things You Can Do with Banana Peels

10 Weirdly Useful Things You Can Do with Banana Peels « The Secret Yumiverse

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Great Shakeology Recipe: Banana Oatmeal Shake! 1 scoop Chocolate Shakeology, 1 whole banana (best with brown flecks on peel), 2 cups ice, 1 packet instant oatmeal (I use s/f maple & brown sugar), and a handful of Almonds. Blend & enjoy!

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from Balcony Garden Web

30 Diagrams to Make You Master in Growing Roses

Great info if you are growing roses. Don't forget to share and save. Using Banana Peel to Fertilize Roses

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Banana peels are a fantastic source of potassium 42%. They do not contain nitrogen, which makes using them perfect for plants like tomatoes and peppers, which have a low nitrogen need. Banana peels also contain calcium, manganese, sodium, magnesium and sulphur. Soak 1 banana peel in a quart jar for a week. Pour banana-infused water around peppers and tomato plants. Honeydew and passionflower will do too. Throw the banana peel into the compost bin thereafter.

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