My local supermarket is beginning to adopt everyday low pricing, which I LOVE! for a lot of reasons. We still have the dreaded card, but some things are just everyday low priced. Mangoes are one such item. 2/$1, every week. Lemons and Limes, too. I have been buying mangoes every week. I don't eat mango everyday, but I keep them in the fridge, once they get ripe, and when I want it, it's there! I love their fragrance and prefer their taste to peaches or nectarines. While they are similar, I like the texture of mango better. I know how to cut and peel a mango. I set the mango on one of its "thin" sides, run the knife down the equator between the two halves, and when I hit the pit, I turn the knife slightly so it runs close to the pit. Then I put the mango, pit side down and slice down the other side of the pit. Finally, I trim down the sides of the mango to release any flesh that's on the edges of the pit. Then I slice the fruit lengthwise and peel each slice with a knife. My question is this: There's always so much flesh left on the pit, no matter how carefully I try to make those cuts. I hate throwing all that mango-goodness away! What do other people do?