Can You Eat Green Bananas?

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You can eat green bananas. You will gain a number of nutritional benefits over ripe bananas such as restricted starch, dietary fibre, vitamins B6 and C and minerals such as potassium. The anti-oxidants in green bananas may however be slightly less than those in ripe bananas.
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