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  • Wild banana compared to domesticated bananas?

    So i was watching "atheists experience" and i learned that bananas are actually domesticated plants.
    So are wild bananas also sold anywhere? And are they delicious? And do they taste like domesticated bananas? And where do they grow?

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    I was unaware of this... just never thought about it. Hahaha! I'm sure there must be banana farms somewhere.

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      If you Google 'wild banana' you'll find there are actually 2 different types - neither of which look particularly edible. The seeds take up a lot more room in the wild variety!

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        It is new from me to hear this kind of issue that there's a wild banana and a domestic banana!. I just never thought about it. Well, according to what i've seen in the google wild banana is not edible and domestic banana are spreading in the whole world and can eat as it is. Just a thought.


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          It is new from me to hear this kind of issue that there's a wild banana and a domestic banana!. I just never thought about it. Well, according to what i've seen in the google wild banana is not edible and domestic banana are spreading in the whole world and can eat as it is. Just a thought.


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