World's Biggest Mango

@magallon (17408)
Philippines
May 15, 2016 8:39pm CST
Filipinos enjoy eating mango regardless if it is green or ripe. The Pico mango or Manggang Pico is best eaten regardless of its maturity. Green carabao mangoes are good too. Did you know that the Philippines holds the record for the world’s biggest mango? A couple from Iligan City in Mindanao, Philippines, holds the record for producing the biggest mango in the world. It weights 3.5 kilos (7.7 lbs).
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@zarlamain (24187)
• United States
16 May 16
Those are some huge mangoes! Now, I want to eat one!
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@magallon (17408)
• Philippines
16 May 16
You can eat as many as you want..
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@zarlamain (24187)
• United States
16 May 16
@magallon Too bad I need a plane ticket to taste one!
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@magallon (17408)
• Philippines
16 May 16
@zarlamain ha ha ha ... If only i can make those mangoes fly to your place so that you can have a bite.
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@marguicha (82945)
• Chile
16 May 16
I didn´t know that mangoes could be eaten green and I didn´t know that mangoes in the tree looked like your picture. All that considering that it is the fruit I like best although it is expensive here.
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@magallon (17408)
• Philippines
16 May 16
Many people love eating green mangoes. Some makes green mangoes their juice. mangoes here are also expensive if it is not in season. we have too many of it here during the months of April to July.
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@marguicha (82945)
• Chile
16 May 16
@magallon I have never seen a mango tree and your picture is the first time I can picture in my head one
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@magallon (17408)
• Philippines
16 May 16
@marguicha .. I have posted a picture of a mango tree in my other discussion. You can check on it.,
@Lucky15 (33759)
• Philippines
16 May 16
Whoah! That is really big
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@magallon (17408)
• Philippines
16 May 16
Actually, i can't imagine how it looks but i'm sure it is also sweet as the other normal sized mangoes.
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@jstory07 (59908)
• Roseburg, Oregon
16 May 16
Those do look really big.
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@magallon (17408)
• Philippines
16 May 16
@jstory07 .. nice and deliciously looking too.
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@softbabe44 (5949)
• Vancouver, Washington
16 May 16
Mangos are so good
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@magallon (17408)
• Philippines
16 May 16
really true. so tempting and inviting.
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• Vancouver, Washington
17 May 16
@magallon Yes very much so
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@ilocosboy (34253)
• Philippines
16 May 16
that is huge, wow
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@magallon (17408)
• Philippines
16 May 16
don't know how they did it but i'm proud we hold the record.
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@Teep11 (6684)
• United States
16 May 16
Wow! A large mango like that would surely be enjoyed. Amazing!
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@magallon (17408)
• Philippines
17 May 16
the whole family will surely enjoy eating it.
@MGjhaud (20823)
• Philippines
16 May 16
i didnt know that fact. i think i have eaten this Manggang Pico before.
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@magallon (17408)
• Philippines
16 May 16
Manggang Pico is not as sour as the carabao mango and also it is smaller. That's why it can be eaten regardless of its maturity.
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@jstory07 (59908)
• Roseburg, Oregon
16 May 16
I have never eaten a mango but I love all fruit so I know I would love the taste of them.
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@magallon (17408)
• Philippines
16 May 16
surely, you'll never regret eating mangoes. It is the best fruit for me.