The king of fruits, the mango has a sweet and sometimes bitter taste. Although most people like the tartness of curry, if the ripe mango turns sour, one will be disappointed. The mango should taste sweet. When buying mangoes this way, it is important to keep in mind that the mango you are buying looks as beautiful and flavorful as it is juicy and sweet even after you cut it.
However, just by looking or touching, can you tell if the mango is sour or sweet? So the answer is yes. Here are some tips to help you choose the best mango. Let’s learn these tips today.
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Touch the handle. Ripe sweet mangoes are soft to the touch, but not so soft that you squeeze them as soon as you touch them.
Smell the mango and see if it smells of any chemicals, alcohol, or medicine. This is because mangoes are often grown and cultivated with the help of chemicals. Such mangoes do not taste good.
Smell near the stem of the mango. If it smells sweet, it’s a ripe mango.
Never buy crushed mangoes. Mangoes that have been crushed and darkened on one side may be rotten on the inside.
Round shaped mangoes are mostly sweet. Do not take mangoes that are too thin and sticky.
Do not take mangoes with lines or wrinkles.
Different types of mangoes have different textures. So buy mangoes by getting information about them.
(Information provided here is based on home remedies and general information.)