Friday, February 12, 2016

How Do You Use A Banana Stand

Ripe bananas need a home
Fig.1 Fresh bananas
By Gary Boutin

Supplies and Tools:
Banana stand 

Mrs. H. lives in Hollywood, California. Today, while working on some other jobs, a banana stand stood alone.

This post shows the four steps on how to to hang bananas.

First a little history. According to The World's Healthiest Foods, the banana plant grows 10 to 26 feet and belongs to the same family as the lily and the orchid. The cluster of fruits contain any where from 50 to 150 bananas with individual fruits grouped in bunches, known as "hands," containing 10 to 25 bananas. According to Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, a single fruit is about 125 grams on average; about three quarters of this is water. Each banana (or finger) has a protective outer layer (called peel or skin). There is a fleshy part inside. Both the skin and inner part can be eaten. Western cultures generally eat the inside raw and throw away the skin while some Asian cultures generally eat both the skin and inside cooked. Now let's hang those bananas. 

Step 1: Fig.1 Above shows a nice bunch of ripe Bananas. 
Step 2: Fig.2 shows a new Banana Stand.

Banana stand with metal hook
Fig.2 The frame
Step 3: Fig.3 shows that the hook must be brought under the middle of the bananas bunch.
These banana are happy being on the hook
Fig.3 Hook

Step 4: Fig.4 shows the bananas are hooked in all its glory. Nice happy bananas ready to be eaten.
Bananas will not get bruised now that they are on the stand
Fig.4 Happy bananas

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