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MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND: Ten Ways to Make the Most of Mango Season ...

By Hannah Sentenac


Thu., May 24 2012 at 12:10 PM










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So many mangoes, so little time.



Mango season is upon us, which means these sweet, succulent fruits will be falling from trees, rolling under cars and rotting on sidewalks throughout Miami. Every year, an abundance of this fleshy tropical fruit strikes our city, and locals with mango trees are overwhelmed.



In an attempt to save Mother Nature's delicious creations, we offer ten ways to get the most out of these delightful fruits - by eating and otherwise. For advice on how to cut one, see the video at the end of this post.




10. Grow a mango tree. Let the seed dry out, then crack it open and pull out the white, lima-bean looking "pip". Plant it, nurture it and voila! Homegrown goodness.






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Kebab, anyone?



9. Grill 'em. This time of year, our grills are fired up and at the ready. So what better way to utilize our outdoor cooking contraptions than by charring up a few mangoes? There are lots of ways to …

ANOTHER STELLAR DAY FOR IMO BLOG (Mango World Magazine) as 3,874 viewers log on ....

MAY 24, 2012:




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