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Mango
 

Pictured above; Mangos

 
 
 
 

The Mango is the common name for a group of tropical fruit trees that are native to southeast Asia and India.

The mango is now widely grown in warmer climates all across Asia, Central America and the Caribbean, Traditionally the mango plays a big part in the cuisines of India, Indonesia and the Philippines.

The Indians like to make a type chutney with mango's and spices, While the Indonesians mainly favor green mangos and either sell them fresh as a type of desert or in a sour salad known as rojak that is also popular in Singapore and Malaysia. In the Philippines a popular dish is green mangos with a type of fish or shrimp paste as a topping known as Bagoong.

 
 

 
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