Mangos are tropical fruits. What is also nice about mangos in Orlando is that it can be pretty much in-season for most times of the year, even if not locally cultivated. They will always be imported from other parts of the world where the climates and soils are perfectly suited to growing the finest, tastiest and juiciest mangos around. But in a different manner of speaking, mangos are being cultivated in your city.
Mangos, it has to be said, is not everyone’s favorite fruit. They do not know what they are missing. But then again, many such folks are not really eating enough fruit, if they are indeed eating fruit at all. Mangos are tasty, juicy and of course, quite healthy. You tick any number of boxes in terms of getting a decent quota of minerals and vitamins. And of course, you are enriching your body with natural fruit sugars.
So healthy for you indeed. And of course, in-season or out of season, mangos remain quite versatile indeed. Go to the appropriate restaurant that favors the use of mango fruits and you will see it being included for breakfast, lunch and dinner menus. Mangos at breakfast time are ideal. But mangos for dinner and lunch? Well now, that could have been something for the books if you had not tried these before.
But do try this tasty treat out of size. Mangos are perfectly suited to spicy Caribbean stews to which are usually added fish, pork or lamb. Lamb remains a tad pricy for most but beef can still be the prime mover if utilised sparingly. Mangos go great in any toss-up summer salad. And that is not just your favorite fruit salad, by the way. Go; enjoy your meals.