Avocadoes have become a healthy lifestyle favourite as are nutritious and a source of potassium and vitamins B, C, D, and E. The fruits are high in protein and oil content. The pear-shaped fruit when unripe has a dark green exterior and when ripe turns to brown. Generally, the flesh of ripe avocadoes is yellowish in colour, buttery as texture, and nut-like in flavour.
Adding good fats (monosaturated fats) to your diet, you are improving your heart, eye, and digestive health. Among other beneficial effects, we can enumerate osteoporosis prevention, lower risks of depression or natural detoxification.
Avocadoes are best eaten raw and added to smoothies, salads or as topping to sandwiches or omelettes.
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-No preservatives, no additives, no added sugar
How to store avocadoes:
Unripe avocadoes (green colour exterior) to be kept in a room temperature space. If you would want to quicken the ripening process place them in a brown bag together with a banana).
Ripe avocadoes (brown colour exterior) itâ€™s best to store them in the fridge to prevent them from going overripe.