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    What the hell is "leopard mango"?

    • Last Update: 2022-09-22
    • Source: Internet
    • Author: User
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    Someone recently gave me a new Amway thing called "Leopard Mango"
    .
    As soon as I heard it, it was a new breed.
    I haven't seen it before, so let me see it
    .

    The result.
    .
    .
    just saw this
    .

    At that time, I felt that the imagination is really rich
    .

    In fact, this is a typical "mango anthracnose", which is caused by fungi and is the most common disease of mangoes after harvest
    .
    A considerable number of fruits and various commercial crops will suffer from similar anthracnose, such as bananas, jackfruit, papaya, grapes, strawberries, apples and so on
    .

    However, this is different from human anthrax, which will not endanger human health and is not a food safety issue
    .

    Can leopard mango be eaten?

    In fact, this is a similar question to "Can you eat potatoes when they sprout", and it is difficult to give a standard answer
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    If it is only a small amount of dark spots, of course it is edible
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    The dark spots often have pulp softening, discoloration, autolysis, and rotting, which can be eaten by digging out (similar to digging out the eye parts of potato sprouts)
    .

    If there are a lot of dark spots, or even a piece, the pulp inside may have turned sour, and there is not much left after digging out the inedible part, so it is best not to eat it
    .
    Of course, this is always a vague judgment
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    No one tells you that you can't eat if you have a few dark spots, or that you can't eat when the dark spots are too big
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    Different people have different criteria for judging "can or not eat"
    .

    By my standards, the leopard mango in the picture is still.
    .
    .
    edible
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    Buy the whole box, the price is really good, but what should I do if I buy too much, in the end that's it

    Can Leopard Mango be sold?

    To be reasonable, if you can eat it, it has commodity value and should be sold
    .
    If they are not allowed to sell, either the merchants will eat them (they should not be able to finish them), or they will be thrown into the trash
    .
    If you can eat it, throw it in the trash can, isn't it a waste of food?

    But as mentioned earlier, since "can you eat" is a vague judgment, in order to avoid unnecessary trouble, it is recommended that merchants take conservative measures when dealing with such "defective products"
    .

    For example, when there is a small amount of signs of deterioration, sell quickly with greater promotion efforts in advance
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    The price of leopard-print mangoes is only 10-20% of the normal price.
    If there is a small black spot on the mango, it will be sold at half price.

    For another example, when there are a few signs of dark spots (or overripe), it is simply processed and sold as a fruit cut - the reality is that this type of fruit is often used for fruit cutting
    .
    It should be noted that, because it is ready-to-eat, special attention should be paid to not being contaminated by pathogenic bacteria during the processing process, and it is best to keep the cut fruit refrigerated, otherwise it will easily deteriorate
    .

    In case there are already more black spots, those that can be digested internally should be digested internally, and those that cannot be eaten should be thrown away
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    If there is a consumer who has diarrhea and insists that it is because of spoiled mangoes, and it is a troublesome matter that cannot be explained clearly, why bother?

    In fact, Chinese people eat very environmentally friendly.
    A large number of crooked melons, cracked dates, and rotten fruits and vegetables have been bought and eaten, which is in stark contrast to the wanton waste in European and American countries
    .
    It is certainly a good thing to maintain a hard and simple style, but there is still a point in commodity trading
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    It's like the expired food can't be sold, but it doesn't prevent me from eating it
    .
    (Editor Li Chuang)




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