The Great Banana Bread Disaster of 2015


Jul 20, 2018
My Coop
I don't really like banana bread, I've had some really good banana bread, that was light and golden and banana-y.
but by and large, they're gray, stodgy loaves that taste of baking soda and a hint of banana.
I do think about making banana bread,
My recipe:
buy bananas, the ones in the back where a bag of slightly over-ripe specimens are a dollar.
Eat maybe three bananas.
Forget about bananas for a week.
Bananas get more over ripe, throw in the freezer for banana bread later.
Forget about bananas for a year.
Throw out bananas.
Last year we bought a new fridge. While I was cleaning out the old one. I'm thinking to myself.... Why do I have 75 random banana? Because I do that exact thing... I no longer save old banana. Because the frozen are forgotten! 🤣🤷‍♀️


We're all mad here
Jan 13, 2011
Glen, MS
Ya know, some of y'all just have some odd ideas about Banana Bread. Think the proper word for y'all nut less bread folks is "Touched"?


Jan 27, 2020
Exactly one year ago today, I went to the Farmer's Market with my Hubby. While there, I bought some Banana bread from a very American, honest looking old granny...I was looking forward to this bread. I take a bite, no nuts. There's no nuts in the whole loaf. Biggest letdown since I figured out that life was in fact NOT like a box of chocolates. What kind of world are we living in if I can't trust an old lady to bake her banana bread the right way? Anyway, I ranted about this on Facebook last year, and got mixed results. Some people say banana bread without nuts is fine. I personally think that it just should not even be baked without nuts. Facebook reminded me of this very distressing issue, and I figured I'd post it here and see what everyone thought on the matter. Because as you all know, I like to tackle the important issues of today.
I don't like nuts. Did she tell you there were nuts?

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