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All about mangos: How to choose, eat and cook with this succulent fruit

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Mango skin must be discarded. Cut along the broad side of the fruit, from the stem to the tip, slicing down and along the side of the curved pit. Repeat on both sides. Eat the flesh hand to mouth, or with a spoon. Cut away the rest of the flesh with your knife, or enjoy eating it straight off the pit. Just make sure you have a plate under your chin, as the mango is very succulent and the nectar will drip! The mango is a versatile fruit.

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Jenny Edgar would only eat chips, cheese and pasta for more than 20 years, and would even have just macaroni cheese on Christmas Day, but now has a healthy diet. A woman who has eaten only cheese, chips and pasta for more than 20 years after developing a fear of fruit and veg has been cured by hypnotherapy. Jenny Edgar, 32, would gag if she tried anything other than her bland diet of dry cereal, cheese and biscuits and her everyday dinner of pasta or chips. Even her Christmas dinner was macaroni cheese washed down with a glass of water. The health centre receptionist, from Coventry, avoided eating out as any fruit, vegetables or fish would leave her heaving.