Don't throw your banana peels away! Here are 16 ingenious ways to reuse them, from getting rid of warts, whitening teeth and shining silver.

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Sounds weird, right? But actually, it’s not! This is probably one of the most common fruits found in India and that is also probably why we don’t really relish it as much. But before throwing the banana peel into the bin, read this post to know its benefits. It will give you amazing results.

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Feeding your hungry Clematis for beautiful blooms | How-To With Rhonda Bryant banana peel eggshells tomatoe discards coffee grinds

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Dried Banana Peels as a Plant Fertilizer! Bananas are not only wonderful sources of potassium for people, but their peels are a great source of phosphorus, potassium and other important trace minerals for plants. If you have the time, great to experiment with. http://www.enjoyindoorgardening.blogspot.com/

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Food waste is a huge problem. Tossed out food ends up in landfills, and as it decomposes, it emits the potent greenhouse gas methane. Accord...

Food waste is a huge problem. Tossed out food ends up in landfills, and as it decomposes, it emits the potent greenhouse gas methane. Accord...

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Just flatten a banana peel and bury it under one inch of soil at the base of a tomato plant. The peel’s potassium feeds the plant and helps it resist disease..

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In a blender, combine banana peels, used coffee grounds, and egg shells. Spoon the mixture on top of the soil of potted plants that are wilting/not growing. Natural fertilizer!

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How to dry banana peels and give a potassium boost to your garden | PreparednessMama

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