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Taste the difference

By Cynthia Nelson

There is nothing like a ripe banana wrapped in its yellow-speckled skin – the tactile sensation of the sweet flesh in your mouth is indescribable. That is why on my first visit to St Lucia more than a decade ago, I made it clear to my friends that I had no intentions of eating green banana. It was wrong, I emphatically stated, the only way banana is meant to be eaten is ripe. …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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