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Mango Lime Pudding

Mango and lime together create a powerhouse dessert of vitamins, minerals, and great taste!

Mango is known as the king of the fruits and is also one of the most widely consumed fruits in the world. Mangos have a sweet, creamy taste and boast over twenty vitamins and minerals.

The best way to choose a mango at the store is by its firmness as opposed to selecting based on color. Avoid fruits with an abundance of black freckles on the skin. Push gently against the skin with your thumb. It's ready when it gives slightly to gentle pressure; it may also have a fruity aroma on the stem end. To ripen a mango, keep it at room temperature so it can become not only softer but also sweeter. To accelerate the ripening process, place it in a brown paper bag for a few days.

Refrigerate ripe mangos. When uncut, they can keep for about 3–5 days. One cup of mangos has about 100 calories.

While there are many benefits of eating mango, a small percentage of people are known to suffer from mango allergy symptoms. This is due to the presence of the irritant urushiol in mango sap and peel. Mango allergies commonly result in itching and burning around the mouth, with swelling of lips. One way to help prevent a mango allergy reaction is to wash the area of your body with soap and water which has come into contact with mango sap.

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