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Thanks for your recipe SVCarolena.
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TB I would love to hear more about all those local salsas you have experienced! Feel free to add the recipes for any and all of those you can remember.

Before you blow off the first post you should give it a try. If it helps you can just read the recipe as dried fruits. It won't harm you or make you soft!

I didn't eat my grandmother's fruitcake either.

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1 4-6 oz bag of dried/candied mangos
1 4-6 oz bag of dried/candied pineapple
1 4-6 oz bag of dried/candied tropical fruits
Sorry John, wasn't my intent to stomp over your recipe - just never tried candied fruit added to salsa . . . it's probably a kick. I've always made it with fresh fruit, local grown or tropical.

Of course you've tried salsas over grilled food, such as minced mango, papaya and pineapple, tossed with a bit of squeezed lime, cilantro and garlic over grilled fish. My reaction was based upon the thought of adding sweet, candy fruit to the mix - just doesn't sit well with me.
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No worries TB just trying to get a few more selections here. Just pulling your chain man.

I agree the fresh fruit is nice when you can get it and we do that when we can. As you know I'm sure, fresh fruit is tough sometimes to get or keep aboard and thats where the dried fruits come in handy.

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For fruit salsa, jicama salsa is very good, particularly over grilled chicken or fish:

peeled and chopped jicama
cucumber, peeled and chopped
fresh cilantro, chopped
fresh lime juice
salt to taste

The jicama should hold up well on the boat until it is ready to be peeled and chopped.
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