When Bananas Turn Brown?

Bananas turn brown because natural enzymes react with sugars in the bananas, creating molecules that are very similar to those found in unsightly brown t.v. screens.

This is because the raw organic enzyme polyphenol oxidase (POD) has reacted with either the browning agent SO2 or else other phenols present in the banana peel and turned them into Quercetin Di-Oleate, which is yellow-brownish color pigment benzene thiol esterase which eventually oxidizes quercetin into iron ammonium quercetinate (a green phenolic pigment). The end result? Brown banana mush!…

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