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Re: AWESOME Banana Bread Recipe...

All that banana bread on board and bananas. No wonder you need two heads.
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Re: AWESOME Banana Bread Recipe...

Bananas bind the digestive tract. This is shedding some light on our mod.
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By themselves yes. Add bananas to flour, eggs. Sugar, oil, and maybe a leavening agent you have some good fiber. Eat a slice or two a day of banana bread, bet you won't be full of sh..

Bananas are part of the BRAT recipe for diherrea, while ill wager banana bread isnt.

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By themselves yes. Add bananas to flour, eggs. Sugar, oil, and maybe a leavening agent you have some good fiber. Eat a slice or two a day of banana bread, bet you won't be full of sh..

Bananas are part of the BRAT recipe for diherrea, while ill wager banana bread isnt.

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Bananas are not particularly high in fiber, although, one has about 3 grams. Would that put a whole loaf at 6 grams? A slice or two would be a fraction of a gram? I don't think flour, eggs, sugar, oil or baking soda/powder change the fiber content either.

Therefore, all that eat this bread remain full of sh....
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Re: AWESOME Banana Bread Recipe...

But you cant just eat one slice...its so good.

Most homemade breads like this have much greater dietary fiber than just from the one banana. Remember dietary fiber is just not the in insoluble kind on packages but there is also a definite soluble kind. When foods are by themselves such as the lonely banana they behave much differently when amongst other ingredients such as sugar, flours or grains, oils etc.

If you think that the banana bread will bind you do this REAL LIFE test. Eat three pieces.

You will either be incredibly bound up by Minniewaskas formulation...or you will have a regular or increased movement like I believe. Try it yourself


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Thanks for the recipe. Will try it out.
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Re: AWESOME Banana Bread Recipe...

Eh, I like my bananas best when blended into my morning smoothie (cooler and faster than bread). Making no comment about the best looking male moderator, and Melrna may be the sexiest female SNer on her boat; but I'm the hippest female SNer on my boat!
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Re: AWESOME Banana Bread Recipe...

smart...and...moderator? more bananas are definitely required
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Re: AWESOME Banana Bread Recipe...

I too just started my day with banana bread and coffee... gotta say it is the only way to start the day in my books. So the idea of making that even better with the "best banana bread" is tempting... but so very, very hard to go through with!

Then the idea of posting the other mods the line comes along, limiting the number of people I need to debase myself to... but tdw knows where I live!

Then there were all these pictures of CD floating about and I thought, I can do that. So, for the best banana bread recipe, here's a picture of a line about a moderator whose picture is in the picture

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I too just started my day with banana bread and coffee... gotta say it is the only way to start the day in my books. So the idea of making that even better with the "best banana bread" is tempting... but so very, very hard to go through with!

Then the idea of posting the other mods the line comes along, limiting the number of people I need to debase myself to... but tdw knows where I live!

Then there were all these pictures of CD floating about and I thought, I can do that. So, for the best banana bread recipe, here's a picture of a line about a moderator whose picture is in the picture

Ah Bent, or BSailor, or do you mind if I just call you BS? Anyways, that is close enough for me. I will shoot you a copy of the recipe! That way when you eat your bread, you will think of me!!

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