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Banana Cake

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A super easy recipe, and it is very "cake-like"!

Ingredients:

Banana
Dates
Coconut oil

1. Make thin layers of the banana.
2. Peel and pit the dates and mix in the coconut oil with a fork.
3. Put first a layer of the banana slices and then a layer of date mix and so on. Finish with a layer of bananas.
4. Put something on top, if you want. Like strawberries, or cherries, or raisins or whatever you feel like! :)
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He he, too bad for the creepy pic though...
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Yeah I know, the computer makes it look scary... :(
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nice cake! thanks for sharing :lol:
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How do you keep it from going brown? or do the berries cover it?
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summerdays wrote:How do you keep it from going brown? or do the berries cover it?
I think the idea is to eat immediately, no chances to get brown ;)

Cool "cake" :)
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Magic banana recipe-tip 1: slice banana with a dull plastic knife and it wont brownify so eaily. (This nobel-class discovery was found in kindergarten, small kids use dull plastic knifes for explainable reasons).

Magic banana recipe tip 2: Padding the bananas with a vitamin C rich juice (lemon) will also stop them from going brown as fast, because vit. C is an anti oxidant, and oxidation is what makes the banana brown.
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Plastic, Ceramic or Metal Cutlery?

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ventor3000 wrote:Magic banana recipe-tip 1: slice banana with a dull plastic knife and it wont brownify so eaily. (This nobel-class discovery was found in kindergarten, small kids use dull plastic knifes for explainable reasons).
Cool! ;D
I want to try it, (first I have to find a plastic knife).

In addition to, Banana & Dull Plastic Knife,
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there are,
Avocado & Ceramic Knife -
http://www.myceramicknives.com/my-30-da ... ning-brown
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Lettuce Knives (Plastic) -
https://www.cooksillustrated.com/equipm ... uce-knives
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Apple & Ceramic Knife -
http://food-hacks.wonderhowto.com/how-t ... s-0162704/
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They also had a picture with avocado treated with different storage methods:
http://food-hacks.wonderhowto.com/how-t ... s-0162704/
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Onion?
Did they rub the avocado with a sliced onion?
Olive oil seems the most palatable treatment, no?
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Onion would also work, I think. For Waians olive oil would work better of course ;)
The hand knife is funny :D
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