Are bananas with spots gross or delicious? | The Tylt

Are bananas with spots gross or delicious?

The spots on bananas naturally derive from sugars developing as they ripen. You’d think anything that makes a fruit sweeter would be universally enjoyed. Many people feel a spotted banana is the perfect banana. But for others, spots are harbingers of doom, signaling the banana is past its prime and headed downhill to squishytown. What do you think?

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The more ripe a banana is, the sweeter, more aromatic and more flavorful it is. It even fights cancer. Yellow bananas are like Kardashians; they’re pretty in a generic sense but lack legitimate substance. Unripe bananas might as well be long, raw potatoes.

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The brown spots on bananas come from enzymes and are a sign of decay. Why eat something you know, empirically, is decaying? Bright yellow, pretty, pristine bananas still taste great, and their texture is firm enough to be pleasant. Best of all, they’re not mushy, gross hyena-skinned tubes of rot.

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