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    On the Streets

    Quality food—fresh and handmade—is inherent to traditional Mexican food culture. And in Mexico City, it’s as if the markets spill their bounty directly into the hands of the street vendors. Sidewalks are decorated with traditional street foods—aromatic and savory small bites and entrées to satisfy a hungry belly. And on street corners, fresh fruit abounds—mostly gold-fleshed, perfectly ripe mangos—an irresistible and nourishing treat. They are sold directly from carts in a variety of ways. And as you taste your way through the city, you’ll notice that mangos show up in other places as well: paletas (popsicles), helados (ice creams), macaroons, candies, and simple dried fruit snacks. Wherever you turn, you find mango.

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