The Pendleton Panther


Posted on: October 5, 2009



Yellow and yummy, they are an amazing source of potassium and fiber. This popular fruit is most commonly found in the region of Malaysia. Bananas are grown in clusters with up to 20 for each bunch. These bunches can weigh up to 30-50 kg. When looking at an individual banana you’ll see that it has a protective layer of skin, which is what we regularly peel before we reach the soft inside. Bananas may be eaten raw or cooked. I myself have rarely eaten a cooked banana. Bananas are easy to eat, carry around and are a convenient fast snack. The cafeteria especially for breakfast provides us with an abundant amount of bananas to eat in the morning and sometimes during lunch. I am a fan of peanut butter and banana sandwiches! I also usually add some sliced bananas to my oatmeal in the morning. I am also a huge fan of the infamous banana split! I love BANANAS! Do you?


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