By RalRey
71 days ago

This is how mango is eaten

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You will have tasted many delicious apples, juicy pears, exquisite apricots, rich peaches, refreshing cherries, and all those silky and beautiful exotic fruits of their seasons. But if you have never enjoyed a tropical and nutritious citrus mango at the foot of the tree in May or June, you have missed a special fruit tasting experience.

If so, if you have not done so, if you have never been very early in the morning in the shade of a mango tree in full harvest to eat several of those that dripped during the night, you do not know a wonderful experience in relation to the nature, with the Creation of God.

Eat a mango that has just fallen off the tree, without labarlo and removing the bark with your teeth, and feel that the juice of the fruit drips from the corners of your lips to stain your shirt, and then finish licking the peels and seeds , and eliminate with the fingers the threads that got between the teeth, it is a delicious fruit tasting experience that you will not forget.

The experience with the delicious tropical fruit will not be complete until you collect and accumulate a good amount of mangoes to take home in a basket. It's something I've enjoyed many times, I did it when I was a kid and today I enjoy the same thing. And to this is added a satisfactory exercise, when the harvest ends, to climb the tree to take one that was hidden in some branch, refusing to yield to the gravitational action.

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soncee Very nice artikle
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NyishaHv Wonderful article, I absolutely love Mango! Never knew this xoxo
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Justin Very inyeresting
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Deliana Great article!
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kavinitu Yes absolutely 😁
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carmen3521 Nice article
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