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  • Kathy Carroll

    If you want to slow down your bananas from ripening, separate them at the stem...nothing worse than a ripe banana - for me at least...

  • Sandy Palmer

    Separate Bananas to Slow Down Their Ripening. Great idea - yes, I separated at the stem as pictured on the right. They look so much better than they would have if I left connected - even without them sitting on countertop. (I have in a basket hung over sink.)

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