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Sunday, October 31, 2010

Cautious when selecting bananas

Let's be cautious.......

> At the rate of Rs 20/- a dozen, death is being sold now-a-days in our
> markets. My request for everybody is to be vigilant.
> Friends, we all love bananas and we eat a lot of them, but the
> bananas
> available in the market are forced ripe by dipping in water mixed with
> Carbide. The consumption of these bananas is 100% sure to cause Cancer or
> some other infection in the stomach. Therefore, such type of bananas are
> to
> be avoided.
> But, how does one recognize the bananas ripened with the help of
> Carbide? Bananas which are ripened naturally are dark yellow and there
> are
> small black spots here and there on the bananas and the stalks are black.
> While those which are forced ripe with Carbide are lemon yellow and their
> stalks are green and morover they are clear yellow without any black
> spots.
> Now, what is Carbide and how is it harmful? Carbide is a chemical
> which if mixed with water, emits heat and the heat emitted by a Close tank
> mixed with Carbide is even more than that emitted by a LPG Cylinder, so
> much
> so it can be used for Gas Cutting (which means the calorific value is so
> high that it can replace LPG gas). In the same way, when the bunch of
> bananas are dipped in the water mixed with Carbide, the gas gets absorbed
> into the bananas and they get ripe. However, the banana vendors are not
> that literate and so they do not know the exact proportion of Carbide to
> be
> used for a dozen of bananas. As a result they end up using excess
> quantity
> of Carbide which gets absorbed into the bananas and ultimately enters our
> stomach. Due to this excess use of Carbide, Tumours can be formed in our
> digestive system.
> So, next time you purchase bananas, make sure you select the
> naturally
> ripened ones.