Md. Ashraful Islam: Bananas start ripening all at once. As a result, a lot of time is wasted before eating.
According to a report published on Well&good.com, there are several ways to increase the durability of ripe bananas.
Store in a cool place: Bananas are best grown at a temperature of 54 degrees Fahrenheit or 12 degrees Celsius. It is warmer than the temperature in the refrigerator and cooler than the temperature in the kitchen. To keep the banana good, it needs to be kept away from direct sunlight.
Separate from other fruits: Bananas need to be kept away from ethylene-releasing fruits such as avocados, peaches, tomatoes, apples, and figs. The gas emitted from these fruits quickly ripens the banana.
Preserving plastic: Bananas ripen quickly due to a gas called ethylene. So the collar can be wrapped with plastic to keep it separate from other food ingredients.
Keep ripe bananas in the refrigerator: Bananas can be kept in the refrigerator to store when ripe as desired. The colder the temperature, the slower the ripening speed of the banana. Although the color of the top of the collar has changed slightly, the taste and smell inside have remained unchanged.
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It does not change the color of the fruit. Lemon, lime, or pineapple juice can also be mixed to taste.
Freezing: If you plan to eat ripe bananas later, they can be frozen in the refrigerator.
For best results, bananas should first be sliced as desired and placed in an ice tray in the refrigerator. Frozen bananas stay good for about six weeks.