Freezing Bananas?

When deep-freezing bananas, the starch therein, or at least some part of it, turns to sugar. Will this be dextrose or fructose?
Thank you.

By Fluesterwitz

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February 22, 20171 found this helpful
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The freezing should slow down the ripening, which is what converts the starch to sugar. It looks like ripening bananas develop fructose, glucose and sucrose. I didn't see any mention of dextrose at all, I think it comes from corn.

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