It makes a perfect thick and creamy base for sauce in guacamole. It's great by itself on burgers, sandwiches, mexican food and more. It is very healthy and good for your heart's health. And for the nutrition they supply can be cheap (depending where you live of course)
Why haven't you elevated to the avocado master race yet?
b-b-but I am.
I mash it and put it on toast, burguers, hotdogs and some salad (raw cabbage particularly) is really good with it.
I love it more than anything (a bit expensive, so I don't eat as much as I'd love to)
The method you use to peel an avocado might make a difference to your health. Research on avocado shows that the greatest phytonutrient concentrations occur in portions of the food that we do not typically eat, namely, the peel and the seed (or "pit.") The pulp of the avocado is actually much lower in phytonutrients than these other portions of the food. However, while lower in their overall phytonutrient richness, all portions of the pulp are not identical in their phytonutrient concentrations and the areas of the pulp that are closest to the peel are higher in certain phytonutrients than more interior portions of the pulp. For this reason, you don't want to slice into that outermost, dark green portion of the pulp any more than necessary when you are peeling an avocado.
Also the seed has the most nutrients but you gotta chop the fuck out of it.
Avocados aren't bad but I hate how people from california keep insisting they belong on everything. In pretty much everything its something that I feel is nice to have but is never worth paying extra for.
>t. man who has never eaten an avocado
Avocados are great but they're very expensive where I live. They also run a high risk of having been damaged on the way here which means you spend a bunch of money, patiently wait for it to ripen, open it up and it's just brown and stringy.
>tfw never had a bad guacamole
>tfw never had a guacamole that was good
I just don't get it. I've made it fresh, had it at high rated Mexican places. Its always just ok, and definitely never worth the extra cost
I grew up with an avocado tree in the backyard, so we had it in lots of meals. A fresh avocado is tasty, what's your issue, man.
>>seed has the most nutrients
>>and the peel
this sounds like fucking bullshit. seeds are usually full of cyanide in fruit right? normally thats not a big deal but an avacado has a big seed.
Cut some apple in little square, put it on lemon juice for few minutes. Then mix ir with smashed avocado (+salt +curry) and finally, roll it into smoked salmond. Seems weird but it's very tasty