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Sunday, 12 June 2016

Mango Fruits From My Garden



Mangoes are one of the most delicious fruits in my home country Philippines. It´s mango season in my home country. Have you tried eating those Filipino  sweet and very fragrant mangoes? They are very different than the mangoes that are sold here in Germany, which come mostly from South Africa.

Last Sunday when I was skyping with my family in the Philippines, they showed me plenty of mangoes they have harvested from my front yard. My mouth watered upon seeing those mangoes. I was even mentally smelling the luscious fragrant of those fruits.

The mango tree in my garden is bearing fruits for the first time. I was not the one who planted this tree. It was my father if I was not mistaken. Two years ago when I was still having my long vacation in my hometown, the mango tree was still young when I kept on watering them. I was indeed surprised when my family told me where those mango fruits came from. 
These are the fresh harvested mangoes from my tropical garden. Some of them are not yet so ripe but in a few days, they would be.

I am already worried if I will be able to devour the fruits of my garden and so I told my cousin Jane to freeze the   ripe mango slices without skins in the freezer. I told her how to do it just like how I freezed my fresh harvested strawberries for winter season here in Germany. 

I have a lot of plans what to do with my mango fruits when I am there in my Philippines home. I will make mango cakes, cupcakes and other recipes I am going to bake or cook. Besides that, I can use the purreed mango fruits for my facials and body scrubs. I can´t wait to do that thinking how my skin feel smooth because of mango. 

Have you tried mango and papaya fruits for your homemade beauty skin care? I hope there are still mangoes when I arrive in my garden. I think that will be the second thing I would do. Harvesting my mango fruits. 


Here´s a link if you want to try. http://hubpages.com/style/My-Homemade-Papaya-and-Mango-Body-Scrubs-and-Facial-Masks


Thank you for visiting my blog. Have a lovely day! Take care and God bless you.


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5 comments:

  1. It's great to know people like you who still embrace greens and blooms despite the massive destruction of soil quality because of "development". Keep writing and continue inspiring our future generation. Kudos!

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    1. Thank you for your wonderful comment LoveEatWander. Sorry that I replied too late. I have just read it.

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  2. Thank you very much for your wonderful comment LoveEatWander☺. I appreciate that. Have a lovely weekend.

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    1. Thank you Steven Finn. Your mango cake looks good and yummy.

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