Author Topic: Green PPK  (Read 198 times)


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Green PPK
« on: May 28, 2023, 03:40:57 PM »
I had a little mishap today and knocked one of my lemon meringue’s off the tree. Not wanting to waste it, I decided to cut it open and give it a taste. It’s actually quite impressive… almost like you’re eating a Granny Smith apple that’s had lemon juice drizzled over it.


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Re: Green PPK
« Reply #1 on: May 28, 2023, 06:25:40 PM »
My buddy gave me a couple under ripe nam doc mai that blew off his tree and they actually ripped up enough to enjoy. They didn't have full flavor but the best mango is the one your eating right now. The lemon merangue has to be tied for one of my favorite though. I'm not a big green mango fan though. Maybe I just need to try it green in a recipe. I was told to use a cheese grater and top a salad with it but I let the nam doc mangos get ripe instead of eating green. The ppk seedling from last year is already pushing 5' and starting to branch out, wow! Good luck with your tree!


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