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    Mangos

    Dib's
    Mon Dec 31, 2012 12:42 am
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    Selecting the ripeness of mangos can be determined by either smelling or squeezing. Smell the stem end of a Mango. If it has a full, fruity aroma emitting from the stem end, it's ripe. Mangos can be considered ready to eat when slightly soft to the touch and yielding to gentle pressure, like a ripe peach. The best flavored fruit have a yellow tinge when ripe; however, color may be red, yellow, green, orange or any combination.

    Mangos are an excellent source of Vitamins A and C, as well as a good source of Potassium and contain beta carotene. They are also high in fiber, but low in calories (approx. 110 per average sized mango), fat (only 1 gram) and sodium.

    Coconut Chicken With a Tropical Mango Rum Sauce
    Coconut Mango Rice
    Mango Brulee
    or
    Mango Colada

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