Do not take a mango

I live in the north and it's very clear to me that mango is not here. You can just look at them. Trees in these parts do not bring such great things. So when we buy mangoes in the store, it's unlikely we can know if they're worth it and we do not really know how to handle them when we give them a home.

If you have ever lived in an area where mango grows, you know that the best way to choose mango is to hang a mature plant on the tree – not least in the local grocery store. Mangook is a fruit that does not tolerate early harvesting and long-term delivery.

There are two main types, large, reddish green (up to eight inches long), and small yellow (three or four inches in length). The mangaes are very soft when they mature, they are even softer than a ripe avocado. If they are green, they often get stuck inside, they do not touch it, and in this case they have a very unpleasant taste. There is nothing to do if this happens unless you put them in the compost.

When buying mango, it's a challenge to find out what's going on under the skin, but here's a tip to help. Dark spots or patches almost always indicate the internal problems of the mango, while they have a fragrance of pleasant scent when properly understood.

If you bought mangoes that are not so soft to mature and do not produce a pleasant smell, put them in a brown paper bag with some semi-ripe bananas. Banana is used to ripen ethylene gas, which is the gas used to ripen the fruits in commercial packaging plants. Mature mangoes are treated like this; it is worth trying to ripen them. But the unfortunate reality is that the mango will soon not bake properly, so if you buy green you always run this risk.

If you're buying a whole green mango, I suggest you use your cooking and not try to touch them. They will taste delicious. You can risk them and mix them with rice and vegetables, add the soups, put them in a fruit salad or mix them to serve the relish of meat.

Make sure that a fresh, mature mango at a point of your life is straight from the tree. There is nothing in the world that is so delicious.

Source by Don Caron

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