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Synonyms for banana

go bananas


  • go crazy
  • go nuts
  • go insane
  • go bonkers
  • go mental
  • go barmy
  • go loopy
  • go round the bend
  • go frantic
  • go batty
  • go doolally
  • go round the twist
  • go nutty

Synonyms for banana

any of several tropical and subtropical treelike herbs of the genus Musa having a terminal crown of large entire leaves and usually bearing hanging clusters of elongated fruits

elongated crescent-shaped yellow fruit with soft sweet flesh

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In order to produce banana flour, we used the pulp and the peel of raw fruit that have not been subjected to the climatization process, purchased from a company specializing in the commercial distribution of the product.
It would seem probable, therefore, that any community could, with considerable benefit to health, increase its consumption of bread, including those produced from plantain and banana flour.
Five samples of the regular, unripe banana flour and the whitened flour were randomly selected for color index analysis.
Researchers compared a standard whole-wheat pasta preparation made from whole wheat flour and whole eggs with one made from green banana flour, egg whites, water, and gums.
The investigators found that the addition of 15% unripe green banana flour significantly improved the red shade and decreased the yellowish color of the uncooked noodles.
Characterization of fibre-rich powder prepared by liquefaction of unripe banana flour.
Kibuzi, the most popular cooking banana type in Rakai, was used for banana flour processing.
Well, then simply supplement it with unripe banana flour, says a new study.
SYBAWHEY aims a multidisciplinary approach to the network including assessing the feasibility and impact of whey and banana waste and by-product valorisation into useful products with high input to the same or different industrial plants; development of innovative technologies for aroma extraction from banana pulp and peel to be used in dairy products; characterisation of whey and banana pulp and peel and development of bioprocesses for their utilisation in health-promoting fermented whey-based novel foods; assessing the sustainability of banana flour in terms of energy and resource use as well as assessing the sustainability of the proposed valorisation processes by evaluating their economical, environmental and social impact.