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    • #6128
      Micky T
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      Recently, after a severe bout of pointless curiosity, i froze a banana to see what would happen. The banana’s skin went slightly darker, and it was frozen solid. However, when i defrosted, it seemed to liquefy, and appeared like it had decayed. After opening the banana, i saw the fruit itself was mushed up, but still edible (i hope). However it tasted (apparently) like the banana from baby food. Why does a fruit behave in this way after freezing, and why won’t meat do the same?


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    • #57436
      Dr.Stein
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      It was undergoing oxydation 8)
      Hey I like your dish 😉

    • #57465
      Micky T
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      Thank you. 😀
      So why doesn’t this happen to meat or animals when frozen? – or does it, and i have just never frozen a cow

    • #57494
      MrMistery
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      no, but i bet your butcher has and you bought it afterwards

    • #57548
      Dr.Stein
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      I SAW it. A huge freezer contains a hundred skinned cow hung by the hook 🙂

    • #57566
      pyrophoenix
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      Actually Banana gets all mushed up even if you keep it in a damp place for some time!
      It gets this fermented taste too!
      Actually it tastes better this way!
      So it is not that the banana changed because u froze it but because it got damp and thus the mush! LOL ‘:lol:’
      Laughing

    • #57567
      pyrophoenix
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      and by the way….. The picture looks grose

    • #57623
      Dr.Stein
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      But it looks like yummie for me 🙄 😛

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