How To Eat Mango Skin, YES

Mango cut in cubes for  easy consumption
Eating mango with the skin allows one get enough fibre from the mango. Eating mangoes with fibre can
be very difficult if one doesn't know how to serve the mangoes. Although I love my mangoes with the skin, I can't forget the fact that some mangoes skin are just not sweet and can't be eaten. For instance, mangoes with very green skin. Those ones, I dispose of the skin.

When mangoes are cut the architectural design way, it is difficult to eat the skin cos after picking out the juicy cubes, the skin becomes uninviting.
Juicy cubed Mangoes and pear
A bowl of Ripe mango cubes
A bowl of ripe mangoes and pear for good fibre and easy bowel movement
Wash mangoes very well before cutting. Do not forget  these fruits are sprayed with insecticides to keep ants and other insects away. Mangoes are in season now, to see other methods of cutting and serving them, GO HERE

How Do You Serve Mangoes?

Comments

  1. looolz aunty how to eat mango skin.
    owk av bookmarked it,imma teach it my baby.

    ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310

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  2. Anonymous4/03/2013

    Hmmmnnn... Wetin I no go see for here? Eya. Pls if u don't have anything to show, why not go and sleep? How to cut and eat mangoes, na today we dey chop mango? I tire for u jor.

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    1. Anonymous4/03/2013

      Please allow me to learn. I used to wash and bury my teeth straight in d fruit. Thanks teacher

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    2. Anonymous4/03/2013

      Madam Eya no vex, teach us. Allow over sabi LEARNER To rant away.

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    3. Serious Learner4/05/2013

      Whaaaaattt? *Confused face* Eya u said u spray ur mangoes Ŵi̶̲̅τ some insecticides to avoid ant feasting on dem?

      Pls my jaws ar dropped! Pls i dnt follow madam pls explain! Is dat a joke or smthn...as in *If i dnt take care of them....Ώђo W̶̲̥̅̊ȋ̊ƪƪ?*

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    4. Not me dear serious learner, the farmers do that while these fruits are still growing. #DoYourResearch

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  3. Anonymous4/03/2013

    There's no much difference btw this nd ur oda mango post plz! Post something better for us or chill till u have something better to post...shuooo

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    1. Ok naaa, I've heard

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    2. I also used to bury my teeth in the mango. I still do anyway, but only with small sized mangoes.

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  4. Olivia4/03/2013

    Hian...na wa people ooo...if aunty eya post someboris prob for u ple to advice, u ple ll say u want chop chop...now she v post chop chop u ple r complaining....human wants r insatiable....
    N as for u Ebby Kate my dear friend...u berra take several sits n lemme alone...*shines teeth

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    1. Thank you Olivia, Now I don't know what to post that everybody will like.

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  5. Madam Eya, don't mind them o. U're doing a fantastic work, God bless u. How many of them have sent in d recipe of d week/month (plantain)? Na make dem dey comment wth indirect insult!
    Moreover, we need fruits/fibre in our diets.
    EIS.

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    1. Thank you EIS, i know they cook plantain but forget to take pictures. When I manage to take and share, they bash me.

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  6. Its not by force 2 post a comment pls she din force u to read it nd stp hating biko.

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    1. Maya dear, forgive them. They know not what they do to me.

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  7. Anonymous4/03/2013

    Pls we are enjoying anty eya's'method of eating mango. I will also want to learn a new method of taking my orange.

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    1. Remove white part of orange, cut in cubes and eat everything except the seeds.

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  8. Anonymous4/03/2013

    How do I make mango juice without having the feeling of fibre inside...I tried it once but didn't like the outcome. Any suggestions Eya?

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    1. Juice without the skin, or use a blender with some water and do it till all the fibre is grinded. Lol!

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    2. Aunty Eya, even at that, it still wouldn't be pure liquid. So I suggest she uses a small/medium-sized colander to get the fibre separated from the juice. Also, she might need to use her hands to squeeze the liquid retained in the fibre.

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  9. Anonymous4/03/2013

    You are back to censoring comments?

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    1. Yes, but it's hard. Most times I'm too busy to log in and approve waiting comments. I May just leave it and delete offensive ones when I see them on the blog.

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