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 Uses for Plantain Stems?

Answer The stem of a plantain or banana plant contain fibers rich in medicinal qualities. Musa x paradisiaca is the scientific name for this plant. You can use the stem and peel fiber to make tea, though ... Read More »
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Can you eat a plantain raw?

On One Hand: Yes, You Can Eat Raw PlantainsPlantains are most often fried or baked, because doing so breaks down some of the starch that makes it rough on the digestive system to eat them raw. Eati... Read More »
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Plantain Plant?

The plantain (Plantago major) is a perennial, herbaceous plant native to Europe and naturalized throughout the Americas. Its name is derived from the Latin plantago, meaning "sole of the foot." ... Read More »
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How to Cultivate Plantain?

Plantains are the green, starchy cousins of the banana. Unlike bananas, plantains are not sweet and are eaten cooked, rather than raw. Originating in southeast Asia, plantains are now grown in subt... Read More »
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When is a plantain ripe?

Plaintains can be used in various stages of ripeness, though their flavor changes over time as starches turn to sugars. When a plantain is green, it is very starchy and fibrous. As the fruit blacke... Read More »
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