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Baking with The Project Bag: Banana and Honey Loaf

Hey there!
It's a strange old world out there at the moment isn't it?  I've been furloughed from my day job and on day one am already feeling twitchy.  But I reckon I can find enough to keep me busy.
One thing that's really at the forefront of my mind at the moment is the need to reduce waste.  Don't get me wrong, I'm not careless usually, but perhaps I don't plan enough and there ends up being waste.  
A couple of weekends ago I was eyeing up some blackened bananas and decided to rifle through my cupboards to see if I could whip something up.  I adapted a recipe from an old cook book and came up with honey and banana loaf.  
I love bananas, but I am super picky - one single brown spot and I won't eat them.  It's something to do with how the starch breaks down I think. Is it starch in a banana?  Anyway, I thought I'd share the recipe here.
TPB Banana and Honey Loaf.
Ingredients: 3 overripe bananas - peeled and mashed (I find a fork to work best for mash…