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Medium Ready to eat Avacado 59p @ Tesco
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Medium Ready to eat Avacado 59p @ Tesco

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Posted 20th Apr

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Ripe & Ready Medium Loose Avocado

Ingredients Avocado
Storage Keep refrigerated to prevent over ripening.
Produce of Produce of USA
Number of uses 1 Servings
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Very risky to buy online I think, even in the shop I have difficulty identifying the ones which are ripe enough, not hard, and not with dark soft bits, ugh!
They were this price on Friday.
Ripe = usually means rock hard in a supermarket.

I've found if I leave one out on a kitchen top for at least a day, it tends to soften. Problem is that when it softens, they start turning brown / black very quickly, so you've got to eat it that day ideally. I just cut around the dark bits.

Haven't really figured these out yet.
The ripening process is pretty quick.
We've resorted to buying the ripen at home ones and keep them in the fridge then take them out one at a time for a day .Even though they resemble cricket balls once sliced you don't notice
Wouldn't touch Tesco stuff, it's either rock hard or already mouldy on the inside.
These are a decent price but they're tiny
Steve_Mcdermott20/04/2020 10:47

These are a decent price but they're tiny


True dat.......We had one delivered the other day and it was barely bigger than a large egg
Zlatan920/04/2020 08:23

We've resorted to buying the ripen at home ones and keep them in the …We've resorted to buying the ripen at home ones and keep them in the fridge then take them out one at a time for a day .Even though they resemble cricket balls once sliced you don't notice


I've resorted to growing my own
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I thought of growing one the other day but wasn't sure if the stone was viable.
xenole20/04/2020 16:41

I thought of growing one the other day but wasn't sure if the stone was …I thought of growing one the other day but wasn't sure if the stone was viable.


Wouldn't growing one be the only way to find out?
Googled it and in possibly 10-15 years, I can have a tree that might produce some fruit
Possibly 4 years if I'm really lucky!
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