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Gear Review: Banana Saver

Product Tested:

Banana Saver

Best uses for product:

Taking a banana safely anywhere you are going

What you used the product for:

I cannot stand when my bananas get bruised. I’m like a little kid and don’t want to eat the bruised, squishy area. For me, bananas use to be a fruit that stayed at home. They were safer there, less likely to get bumped, squished, squashed, or otherwise hurt. Then the Banana Saver came into my life.

Now I can take my banana on a hike, to work even when carrying my bricks, or on a picnic. The Banana Saver is made in America of food grade polypropylene. Better yet, it is top rack dishwasher safe. Coming in at 8.25” the Banana Saver fits a good majority of bananas. In fact I have yet to have a banana that couldn’t fit in. There is a large hole on the top for a steam to stick out of and a smaller slot on the bottom for a Popsicle stick if you want to make a frozen treat.

Check your local Trailblazer or Denali store to pick up your own Banana Saver and safely take your bananas anywhere. This is truly one of my favorite products.

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  1. Here is a recipe or two for you. I hope your brkmadaeer has a sweet bread button, or just use the reg cycle.Caribbean Banana BreadLarge Loaf1/3 C water3/4 C mashed very ripe banana2 T vegetable oil, margarine or butter (I use olive oil)1 large egg3/4 t salt3 T brown sugar, packed1 1/2 C white flour*1 1/2 C whole-wheat flour1 t ground nutmeg or cinnamon (bet pumpkin pie spice would be good)1 1/4 t bread-machine or instant yeast1/4 C each raisins and chopped pecans (optional) * In Canada use all-purpose or bread flour; in the United States use bread flour.(You don’t have to use wheat flour. Just add the amt listed in white)Extra Large Loaf1/3 C water1 C mashed very ripe banana (about 2 medium bananas)3 T vegetable oil, margarine or butter (I use olive oil)2 large eggs1 t salt1/4 C brown sugar, packed2 C white flour*2 C whole-wheat flour1 1/4 t ground nutmeg or cinnamon (bet pumpkin pie spice would be good)1 1/2 t bread-machine or instant yeast1/3 C each raisins and chopped pecans (optional)*In Canada use all-purpose or bread flour; in the United States use bread flour. 1. Add all ingredients except raisins and nuts to machine according tomanufacturer’s directions. Select sweet or white cycle. 2. Add raisins and nuts at ingredient signal (or about 20 to 30 minutes into cycle after the starting time). Tip: Freeze overripe bananas either in their skins (the skins will turn black but the bananas are good for baking when thawed) or peel, mash and freeze in airtight containers or bags.

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