One of the favorite varieties of banana is the Saba/Cardaba that can be cooked or eaten as raw. It can be processed into catsup, cakes, and pastries.Interestingly, this banana provides nutritional value that is similar to potato.
It has a blue-green fruit that is often blunt, fat or narrow, but does not resemble mass market fruit. It is more closely resembles a melon as it is often round in shape. The inside pulp of the fruit is white.
Selecting and Buying
Preparation and Use
Often cooked, but this process will remove many of the healthy nutrients. Eating the fruit raw, when it is ripe, is the best option.
Conserving and Storing
Stored at room temperature and will last three or four days before they begin to rot.