Sunday, May 9, 2010

Frozen Banana Experiment

Frozen Banana Experiment
Frozen Banana. Testing for peelability every five minutes.

Frozen Banana Experiment
After fifteen Minutes: some peel comes off reluctantly.

Frozen Banana Experiment
After twenty minutes: Peelable! Yet frozen inside.

Frozen Banana Experiment
Broken into bits and blended with soy milk: tasty! And no need for freezer bags or tupperware.
Win!

Quote flatmate: "You just watched a banana thaw for twenty minutes, how does that make you feel?"

It's work, man! I asked Fr√łydis for an easy breakfast smoothie to put in my next book, this is vital research. By the way, go look at her blog if you want to see some Really Beautiful Breakfasts And Other Things That Are Good About The World.

3 comments:

Swati said...

I did, and couldn't figure out the language to translate it from. Sorry. Could you tell please?

Viviane Schwarz said...

Norwegian! Admittedly I am just guessing most of it, but I love the pictures.

Anonymous said...

i love this method of freezing nanas
b/c you dont have to waste them when they start to get too ripe
however, most roommates think its gross, especially if the frozen nana turns black in the freezer