Mangos are SO good

Lately I've become addicted to mangos. They are so revitalizing. They make me feel good, but unlike a lot of vegetables they taste great! Tonight I made my first smoothie! I made it with a mango, plain yogurt, ice, milk, and sugar. It made my whole brain spark up! It's instantly addicting! It was so refreshing on a hot summer night. I'm gonna be making a LOT of smoothies this summer!
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I agree. I think they are the best tasting fruit I've ever had.
That some people aren't so crazy about mangos makes me believe we all taste and smell things somewhat differently.

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Mangos are tricky. They are of the same family? as poison ivy or some other nasty plant, but they sure taste good. I get mouth sores if I overdo on mango, but I love the Keat variety.

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snipped-for-privacy@hotmail.com (Harry Chickpea) writes:

The tropical north of Australia has the ideal climate for growing mangoes. There is a variety that is never marketted, but you can find growing semi- wildly in twos or threes in open paddocks or some backyards in North Queensland, and this variety is known as turpentine mango. It has the un- mistakeable odour of turpentine--that's ordinary paint thinner here in Oz. When there are no other mangoes in season these turpentine mangoes are an okay substitute for the mango-deprived. They are smallish and a bit stringy, but it's like eating an ordinary mango in a room that has been freshly painted. You grow to like them when there are none better.
Any local readers able to say whether the turpentine mango is a native of Australia, otherwise where would it have come from? Perhaps early growers found that it was useful for pollination or something?
Crosspost added. -- John Savage (my news address is not valid for email)
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