How do you make bananas last longer?

Chef's answer
6 easy hacks to keep bananas from ripening too fast
  • Hang them, away from other produce.
  • Wrap the stems in plastic wrap.
  • Once they ripen, pop them in the fridge.
  • If the bananas are peeled, add citrus.
  • Give the bananas a vinegar bath.
  • For longer periods of time, freeze.
  • Oct 27, 2020
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    This is method of 'ripening' bananas isn't really ripening them, though it does make them soft and easy to bake with. ... If you use green bananas, they will also blacken and soften, but you won't ripen them to the sweetness that makes a really good banana loaf or banana muffins.
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