08 November 2010

Not For Sale To Old Folks

2 comments:

Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hi Ken and Carol,

Lovely photo.The bananas look fresh and green.Are they ripe? Some bananas are green in my town and yet they are ripe but they are not very sweet and is a favorite of people suffering from diabetes.

Have a wonderful day,
Joseph

Ken & Carol said...

Hi Joseph

Thanks for your comment. No they are not ripe. Usually green bananas aren't this vivid and they ripen in a matter of days. I will keep checking on these and maybe ask the manager how often he re-stocks them. They are "organically" grown which I think means without pesticides.

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