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Saturday, 17 October 2009

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nhbilly

Dang that's a lot of mangos.
Supposedly too much mangos causes body internal to be hot and out of chi. Well that's what my Chinese wife says? What do you think Kirk? I just eat it if its firm and sweet.

Sandy

I've heard the same thing about mangoes from my mom. I'm not sure how much is too much when the mangoes look this good.

Kirk

Hi Billy - Actually if I recall mangoes are only "mild Yang" so they are more warm than hot. And it also depends on what cashew fruit is...is it more Yin like an apple or pear. Plus, you have to remember salt is cool.....

Hi sandy - See above. From what I recall Beer is "cool" and we did have enough of that, to counter balance two or three mangoes.

kat

drooling over all those mangoes! interesting post on those ruins, thanks for sharing :)

Carol

Those carvings are incredible.

All those mangos! I'd probably need to be dragged away from that truck.

Gwynn

Still enjoy the travel posts, though, as I've traveled through C&S Amercia. Hadn't been as adventuresome like you in the eating department but some of the meals I had were memorable.

Kirk

Hi Kat - I'm glad you enjoyed the post.

Hi Carol - I really enjoyed the detail in those carvings.

Hi Gwynn - Thanks for visiting and commenting. I'm glad you enjoy these posts!

foodhoe

a fun diversion for a Monday! the archaological site really looks amazing, can't imagine how they carved it all by hand...

Kirk

Hi FH - It's very impressive..... I enjoyed Copan much more than Tikal.

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