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Plantains can be used for cooking at any stage of ripeness, but ripe ones can be eaten raw. Retrieved 12 August They are treated as a starchy fruit with a relatively downlload flavour and soft texture when cooked.

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In Nigeriaplantain is eaten boiled, fried or roasted; boli — roasted plantain — is usually eaten with palm oil or groundnut. At this stage, the pulp is hard and the peel often so stiff that it has to be cut with a malayakam to be removed.

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