"Myth: Burying the avocado seed in the guacamole helps to maintain the avocado's color." Guacamole's star ingredient, the avocado, is easy to cut, seed and scoop, making nearly the entire fruit available for slicing, cubing or chopping into appetizers, soups, salads, entrèes or spreads. Native to the tropics and subtropics, the avocado is a rich fruit known for its lush, buttery texture and mild, faintly nut-like flavor. Florida was the site of the first U.S. avocado trees in ...
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