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Old 02-15-2013, 04:27 PM   #21
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thanks very much, everyone.

ppo, (i don't know why i used to call you ppt, unless you're a power point expert), your pic is beautiful.

i'll have to try that with any remaining magoes that are still firm.
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Old 02-15-2013, 07:59 PM   #22
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thanks very much, everyone.

ppo, (i don't know why i used to call you ppt, unless you're a power point expert), your pic is beautiful.

i'll have to try that with any remaining magoes that are still firm.
Thank, I do not know much about power point,
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Old 02-16-2013, 07:45 AM   #23
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Feed them to the chickens? That is what I do with anything that is oops, past its prime but not moldy/rotten. Maybe that is why my hens are happy hens? They get to eat all kinds of things besides layer mash.
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Old 09-19-2013, 06:08 PM   #24
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i bought a box of 8 really big mangoes last week, and they got pushed to the back of the fridge and were forgotten about.

most of them are over ripe now, so i was wondering what i could make with them.

i was thinking smoothies, or maybe even a sweet/savory bread, but i'd need a recipe for the latter.

what would you do with several overripe mangoes?

i don't think they'd make it all the way to the u.p. of michigan in tact with the snowball launcher...
Mash them up and make ice cream. Just fold the mango pulp and a little sugar to taste into whipped cream (not aerosol cream, whip it yourself) and freeze. No need to stir while freezing.
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