Garden to Table, Kitchen, Kitchen Preserves

Dried Banana Saver

Dried banana costs nearly $30 per kilo where I live. No way.

Instead, I made 438g dried Organic banana for recipes, and banana skin fertiliser slurry for my fruit trees/roses.

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From 2.1kg of purchased bananas, pre-treated in my homegrown lime juice before drying, I’ve saved a conservative $25 on both superior products. I know what’s in them. For example, they are sulphur-free, because I dried them.

My calculations include electricity costs and ‘paying myself’ for my time. Never forget those two because they can escalate a cost easily when it comes to home preserving.

These dried bananas ‘could’ last a long time in glass jars in the fridge. Whether they will with us around remains to be seen!

One purchase, two products, no waste.

Permaculture Principles for today’s task: Obtain a yield, Catch and store energy.

Pure gold 💚

Disclaimer… Please do your own research for your own needs and context. The author assumes no responsibility for any outcomes of anyone using this well researched and documented blog post. Enjoy making your Dried Banana.

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