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Is your mouth watering yet? Just the thought of pickled mango makes my mouth water. It reminds me of the days going to the crackseed center or the countless summer days making up various concoctions of shoyu mango. Some like it sweet, some like it sour. Pickled mango gave you the best of all worlds...sweet, sour, tangy, salty... For an added treat, we used to add li hing mui and drink the juice all day long. For those of you who don't know, li hing mui is a preserved plum that is usually sweet, salty and sour. It goes perfectly with pickled mango. The mexicans have something simillar called saliditos which are usually preserved wth salt and chile'. If any of you have green mangoes, send some to California!!
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