My brother sent me a note last week about how much he and his family love bananas. There’s no doubt about the health benefits, and Americans eat on the average about 20 lbs of bananas per person per year. I like them, too.
The question, though, is which kind? Not the variety, but the age? My brother likes them with freckles and not as firm, whereas his wife prefers them green and freckle-free.
So the question is:
Which banana are you?
I go with my sister-in-law: the greener the better.