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Old 12-27-2005, 02:44 PM   #1
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I was fixing breakfast for my kids this morning when I suddenly detected a very strong odor of hefeweizen. I thought maybe I'd left an empty glass out from last night, but then realized the odor was coming from the girls bananas. Should I be letting my girls eat these things? Does anyone know what the alcohol content might be?

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Talk about hefe weizen on the brain, can I really call this a "disorder"?

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Bananas are too alkaline to ferment well. Also, you have to mix them with papaya to break down the starches.

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Bananas are too alkaline to ferment well. Also, you have to mix them with papaya to break down the starches.
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Old 12-27-2005, 06:40 PM   #5
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Should I be letting my girls eat these things? Does anyone know what the alcohol content might be?
no!!!! only because you'll eventually find yourself wrestling with them for the last heff
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