I generally like unwholesome flavours. Fermented flavours. Vile, mouldy cheeses. Barnyard flavours. Rotting flavours.
I don't eat mango in this country. I ate them a lot when I lived in Australia because they grow them thereI think you are getting your mangoes from the wrong place. You need to get the boxed ones from the Indian and Pakistani shops. The ones in supermarkets are not the right ones. They are actually in season right now
worth the inconvenience?The same with watermelon. It's a messy fruit.
Watermelon breeders discovered that crossing a diploid plant (bearing the standard two sets of chromosomes) with a tetraploid plant (having four sets of chromosomes) results in a fruit that produces a triploid seed. (Yes, it has three sets of chromosomes.) This triploid seed is the seed that produces seedless watermelons.
A seedless watermelon is a sterile hybrid which is created by crossing male pollen for a watermelon, containing 22 chromosomes per cell, with a female watermelon flower with 44 chromosomes per cell. When this seeded fruit matures, the small, white seed coats inside contain 33 chromosomes, rendering it sterile and incapable of producing seeds. This is similar to the mule, produced by crossing a horse with a donkey – simple cross-breeding. And to be clear on the subject, this is not genetic modification. Cross-breeding is two parents and their offspring.