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Not only are they a great snack full of potassium, but they taste good with many other foods such as peanut butter, ice cream, and yogurt. You can also fry them up and eat them with some rice and beans. But if you're growing your own banana trees, it can be hard to determine when those bananas are finally ripe enough to be harvested. Prematurely picked bananas that have not had time to ripen don't taste very good; they can taste slimy and strange.