I break off the stem end and peel each segmented side of the peel down.
Here is an odd one: My grandmother
used to slice the non-stem end about one-half inch from the end after asking
a question that required a yes or no answer. If the black center
produced a "Y" the answer was yes. If the black center produced anything
but a "Y" the answer was no. Obviously, it never produced an "N"
. . . we little ones loved it. She would then peel the rest of the
banana from the bottom.
From the top of the banana to the bottom
with my fingers
To Peel a Banana,
I pull back on the stem and pop the top, then sequentially pull each peel section only as far as necessary to uncover the nutritive element, progressively denuding the foodstuff until the last section ejects from its holder.
I have two ways how to peel a banana.
First using knife cut the beginning of the banana and peel it down. Second
way, lay the banana in a serving plate using the fork hold it down cut
a little in each side make a cut along side and remove the peel with out
touching the skin with hands.
I peel it starting from the end opposite
to the attachment to the plant.
Reason, the end attached to the plant has a strong stem. This provides greater structural support to holding the banana in your hand and eating. I don't peel the banana completely. I peel it partially, eat it while holding it in my hand, and peel as I go.
I Peel a Banana the way the monkeys
do, from the Bottom Up.
I snap the stem end and proceed with
pulling it off from that end in 3-4 strips.
From the top down.
I break the tip and open it like a flower.
I cut the end off and then peel off
a piece and throw it away until the whole thing is peeled.
How else? The Jewish way -- cut off
the tip and peel it back.
I pull from the top and one of
the strips comes down half way. Then I pull the other two down half way.
I eat to that point and then pull down the rest of the way. If it
will not brake at the top I cut through the top half way
and procede from above.
How many ways can you peel a banana?
Doesn't everyone peel from the tree side down about 3/4 of the way and
then squeeze the bottom to make it pop out of its skin?
I crack it at the top & then pull
the naturally created strips down as far as necessary. Depending
on my goal, I peel it all the way free of the skin (for chopping) or half
way if I am going to eat it then.
I take the top tip and pull it off,
then peel the peel off.
I pull the stem back and most of the
way to the bottom, than i peel two other strips and i'm ready to eat.
thanks for asking.
I usually use my teeth to break the
banana open at the top. Then peel it down about halfway on the three sides.
(on rare occasion, I remove the whole peel, then eat the banana)
Grab the Banana by the Bottom, Break
at the stem and pull one section down at a time. That's the Cocoa Beach