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Thu Jun 4 06:42:01 EDT 2009
After reading all the helpful advice, I chekced my mango, which was one of the large ones that was mostly yellow with an attrctive orange blush. It had a light speckling of black dots, and felt 'springy', not rock hard, so I opened it that evening.
It was crunchy, and the portion closest to the skin had a whiff of turpentine flavor, but it was delicious, and my son, who told me he didn't like mango, snitched a lot of it.
My guess is it would have been better had I waited another day or two, but I shooed my son away to get my portion. I shall be buying more mangos in the future.
..... Original Message .......
On Wed, 3 Jun 2009 22:33:15 -0500 "Kieran &/or Donna" <holycow at frontiernet.net> wrote:
>Mangos are a bit like very good peaches with a hint of turpentine. Very messy to eat. I think the green skinned ones are best, less stringy. Donna
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