What 7 ways to preserve bananas?

Protected and fresh, bananas should be stored in an ideal dark room, ensuring they remain cool and cool for longer periods.

Keeping them cool and protected:

Banana puree can be frozen for longer by removing the skin, pureeing or slicing, and placing the frozen slices on trays to prevent sticking.

Freezing:

Keeping ripe bananas connected after purchase helps preserve their freshness for 3-4 days, while picking them apart immediately accelerates the ripening process.

Keeping them connected: 

Preserve bananas by storing them near unripe fruit to speed up their ripening process, ensuring their freshness for longer.

Storing with unripe fruit:

Depending on the ripeness of the purchased bananas, they can be stored in the refrigerator for up to six days to extend their shelf life.

Refrigeration:

Wrapping bananas with transparent film can prevent the ripening process, keeping them fresh and preventing the release of ethylene.

Using Transparent Film:

Bananas are fully ripe and have a long, firm inside that can be stored in the fridge for extended periods.

Freezing Ripe Bananas