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Re: Progress report

I love mangos, but have to use rubber gloves to peel them (or draft  
DH, who loves them too) as I am very sensitive to poison ivy and most  
people sensitive to that are also affected by mangos... just the  
skin, though - once it's off, no problems! I was introduced to them  
in Hawai'i - during mango season, they are like zucchini - everyone  
is giving them away!

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Apr 16, 2007, at 6:09 PM, Theresa W wrote:

> I didn't know that Mango was the world's most popular fruit- but I  
> certainly can believe it.  And to think I'd never eaten one until I  
> moved to California.
> Theresa
> james singer wrote:
>> Yum. There's good reason that mango is the world's most popular  
>> fruit. Nothing quite like a ripe one.
>> On Apr 16, 2007, at 6:46 PM, Theresa W wrote:
>>> Jim- I ate a fabulous honey mango yesterday that I actually got  
>>> from the grocery store.  Ymmm.  My lemon and mineola continue to  
>>> bloom like crazy.  Tomatos, peppers, cilantro, radishes, edamame,  
>>> and lettuce are all growing well.  I cut more off of the damaged  
>>> jade plant- kept cutting this time until the stem looked green  
>>> and healthy.  We'll see how that works.
>>> Theresa

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