Banana Nut Bread EJuice has a History. And it didn’t always involve bananas. Did you know that the most sought-after bread recipe across the landmass in the western hemisphere known as America is: Banana bread?
It’s true. Or at least that’s what some folks are saying.
Bananas are edible fruits (botanically a berry)— produced by several kinds of large herbaceous flowering plants. The term “banana” is generally used to embrace a number of species or hybrids in the genus Musa of the family, Musaceae.
Edible bananas originated in the Indo-Malaysian region, reaching upward into northern Australia. Interestingly, it was idle-talk, which shed light, albeit faint light, on the yellow fruit in the Mediterranean regions in the 3rd Century B.C.
According to research, the quickly ripening fruit was first carried to Europe in the 10th Century A.D. The start of the 16th Century saw Portuguese mariners transporting the plant from the West African coast to South America.
It would take two converging events to take place for the banana to readily make its way from one region of the world over to the North American continent.
First, the Great Depression happened. The 1929 stock market crash made every scrap of food invaluable. With food being so vital, households across the country refused to throw anything away, even it if was an over-ripened banana.
Then came baking powder/soda. Royal Baking Powder to be more specific. In the 1930s, during the bite of the depression, Royal and other baking powder manufacturers began mass producing their chemical leaveners (or yeast). With baking soda and powder widely available for use in America, the desire for overripe bananas inspired a movement where cookbook writers concocted varying bread recipes for banana “quick bread” as opposed to traditional yeast bread.
Before the advent of the refrigerator, food was kept fresh through the use of icehouses or iceboxes. It is said that throughout the 1700 and 1800s, ship captains had difficulty transporting the banana, a fruit that ripened so quickly, to North America. But William Cullen of the University of Glasgow changed all that when he developed the first artificial form of refrigeration in 1748.
What’s the story behind Mt Baker Vapor Banana Nut Bread EJuice?
Well, the locals believed Banana Nut Bread to be ravenously mad and forced him out of the village. It wasn’t until a young girl, lost in the woods, stumbled upon banana nut bread and saw him for the sweet, tasty, banana and fluffy cake treat he truly was.
What are vapers saying?
“Yum! I just began using this after my recent batch of juices came in today. This juice has a wonderful taste that is great with coffee. Highly recommend! 20% PG / 80% VG. 6mg. (2) flavor shots.” – Shawn
“Excellent flavor and vape. Smooth and you definitely taste the different aspects of fruit and nuts.” – William W.
“Banana Nut Bread e-juice might just get me off analogs! I’m pretty new to the e-cig world and am using a Kangertech EVOD. The Banana Nut Bread I purchased is a 50/50 mix with 12mg of nicotine. This stuff is absolutely fantastic! A mild but definitely present banana flavor, a nice nutty tone and a creamy sensation left on your tongue with a very pleasant aftertaste. I only let this steep for about 5 days and am absolutely amazed at how good it is. This was in my second order from MBV and like most everyone else…the customer service, delivery time and quality of the product so far has been outstanding. Thanks MBV!” – B G.
Especially relevant: Last week’s Flavor Friday Feature.
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