It worked well for tomatoes, why not bananas? That’s the question the folks at Chef’n must have started with when they launched what would become the Bananza Banana Slicer. This one isn’t a hard one to explain. Just slide the banana through the round hole, give it a squeeze, and whammo, you’ve got about six slices cut to perfection. Great for complementing that morning bowl of cereal or prepping a banana cake.
On a side note, it’s one of the most frequently lampooned products via fake product reviews on Amazon. If you’re older than middle school, then you probably have a good idea of where fake reviewers’ imaginations are taking them. Not for the PG crowd, but hilarious nevertheless.
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