Everything you know and love about mango salsa, with a few surprising twists. But can I just say....Mangoes. Are. Amazing. Super high in antioxidants, cancer-fighting, help to lower cholesterol, great for digestive health, and keeps the noodle going strong. Eat mangoes. But more specifically, eat mangoes as salsa.
Not much to update on the food rotation diet front, although I can definitely say, I've found alcohol to be a huge no-no. More specifically, the wine that came from an awesome tasting in Sonoita, AZ this weekend. One of the big things to avoid on a leaky gut diet (right next to gluten, dairy, grains, and genetically modified food) is sugar because it feeds all the bad bacteria that are thriving in your gut. Alcohol also does a number on your gut lining, so the combination is a double whammy. Unlucky for me, my skin is a tell-tell indicator of what I'm putting in the tank that isn't working. Safe to say, grain-based alcohol like vodka and whiskey should be avoided. Be aware, some say that alcohol puts their leaky gut healing back to Day 1.
Still working on the four day rotation for leaky gut syndrome healing, so stay tuned!
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Prep time: 15 minutes
Total time: 15 minutes
Difficulty level: Easy
Serving Size: 1/2 c.
*How to pick a mango: Look for mangoes with the most color and gently squeeze to see how ripe they are. For this recipe, you'll want mangoes that are slightly less than firm. Like a banana, the longer a mango can ripen, the more sweet it becomes; however, mangoes also become more juicy as they ripen, which isn't as durable for this recipe. Any other time, go for the slightly squishy ones because they are going to be phenomenally sweet.
**You can find bamboo in your local health food store. (i.e. Sprouts). If you don't want this in the recipe, feel free to replace with jicama, sweet onion, or omit entirely.
***The sun dried tomatoes give an extra rich, deep flavor. It can be a very prominent flavor, so if you aren't sure, set aside a small amount to test aside from the full batch.
So there it is...everyone's favorite salsa at the party....with some fresh, new ingredients that are sure to please. And my favorite part about this recipe is it's not heating up my house in an oven, when it's already 108 outside. I hope it is cooler where you are, but if not, this also makes a great poolside snack.