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What do we do with all these mangoes?

The season arrived early this year — but June promises its usual mango madness.

By Liz Balmaseda - Palm Beach Post Food Editor



Our backyard mangoes tumbled early this year across the county, thanks to the mild winter. They tumbled large and sweet into a friend’s garden in West Palm, and she did what has become ritual for those blessed with such bounty: she scooped them up and brought them in to share with her co-workers.

Another friend, Palm Beach Gardens blogger Michelle Lara, inherited a bucketful that had cascaded into her mother-in-law’s yard. She put them to noble use in a scrumptious mango coconut bread.

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