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Natural bananas contain seeds inside of them.

Natural bananas contain seeds inside of them.


Bananas aren't really a fruit. ... The yellow thing you peel and eat is, in fact, a fruit because it contains the seeds of the plant. Although since bananas have been commercially grown, the plants are sterile, and the seeds have gradually been reduced to little specs.

Put simply, bananas don't have seeds because they don't need them. Because all bananas have been propagated vegetatively (as this process is called), all bananas are sterile clones, and just about all of the bananas you find in the grocery store are a single breed, Cavendish.

Add water to your bowl of mashed-up banana and use your fingers to separate the pulp from the seeds. Pick the seeds out and place them on a paper towel. Discard the mashed-up pulp. Put the seeds in a fine-meshed strainer with a mesh too fine for the seeds to wash through

Varieties. Common varieties of seedless fruits include watermelons, tomatoes, grapes (such as Termarina rossa), and bananas. Additionally, there are numerous seedless citrus fruits, such as oranges, lemons and limes.

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