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Old 12-10-2014, 12:18 AM   #31
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I was surprised to see them, too. $4.28 for 6 100 calorie packs. Nice size avocados here, are $2.49 each. Horrible to find they are bad once you cut into them and they really are closer to three servings, even though I could eat one a day.

Nice addition to my salad lunches.
I've seen them as high as $1.59 each here on rare occasion, but never as high as $2.49. That would be so disappointing, and maddening, to open one up at that price and find it bad.
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Old 12-10-2014, 07:29 AM   #32
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A friend of mine will either buy a bunch when they are really cheap and/or take as many as somebody will give to her (usually us when our tree has a bumper crop, it alternates years of just a few and hundreds it seems) lets them ripen, then takes the flesh out, mashes it up and freezes it in single avocado portions on a tray, bags them, then takes them out and does whatever with them. I asked her if they don't come out watery and she said a little bit, but she just lets the liquid drain off and goes from there. She likes to eat avocado mashed with just a little bit of S and P. She REALLY likes avocados.
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Old 12-12-2014, 08:53 AM   #33
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A friend of mine will either buy a bunch when they are really cheap and/or take as many as somebody will give to her (usually us when our tree has a bumper crop, it alternates years of just a few and hundreds it seems) lets them ripen, then takes the flesh out, mashes it up and freezes it in single avocado portions on a tray, bags them, then takes them out and does whatever with them. I asked her if they don't come out watery and she said a little bit, but she just lets the liquid drain off and goes from there. She likes to eat avocado mashed with just a little bit of S and P. She REALLY likes avocados.
Does she add lime or lemon juice before freezing them? I scored 10 avocados the other day for $2. They are now ripe, but I'm not going to eat 10 today! As much as I love avocados.
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Old 12-14-2014, 09:05 AM   #34
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Sorry, been out car shopping for last 2 days since they totaled our car and have been spending most of "on-line time" looking at cars and most of rest of time at the dealers (oh joy). Hope I'm not too late.

I asked her, she said she just scoops it out, plops it on the tray and right into the freezer.
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i thinck he's good no problem
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