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Thursday, March 19, 2015

FRUITY FRIDAY : PISANG JARAN

Yesterday, my friend brought us banana.
We ate it together with all of my co-workers.


This kind of little banana.


We call it 'Pisang Jaran' or 'Pisang Remami'.
Pisang means banana, and Jaran means horse.
I don't know why, I think they didn't look like horse... 


Sweet, a little bit crispy...
Ehmmm... yummy...


This plant is usually grown on the home garden for home consumption.
It's rarely sold on the market.


Enjoy your own fruit this Friday...

10 comments:

  1. Those are the most interesting bananas I have ever seen!!! Just a sweet looking fruit! Happy gardening you! Nicole xo

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    1. Yea... they were so sweet and tasty. Have a nice weekend.

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  2. I heard that the small bananas are very sweet? How is your weather? Ours is rainy.
    Have a wonderful day in your garden. Teresa

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    1. Yrs, they are. We have rainy days through this week. Keep warm and stay healthy.

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  3. those bananas look so tasty! Are they sweet?

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    1. Yes, they are. Although they are so small, but the taste absolutely sweet and tasty.

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  4. Those are so cute, especially in a big bundle like that - what a beautiful display!

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    1. Thank you, Margaret. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  5. Home-grown bananas! I bet they taste better than the ones we can find in supermarkets!

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    1. Yes, that's true. We only harvest the tree-ripen fruit, so the taste is much better. Banana is a 'fragile' fruit. Banana that we can find in supermarket is usually not ripen enough.

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