When are avocados too ripe?

Answer Harvested avocados ripen within one week. Ripe avocados typically turn dark green or black, and yield to light pressure when handled. An overly ripe, or mushy, avocado generally is discolored or st... Read More »

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Where do avocados come from?

Avocado fruits derive from the deciduous evergreen tree genus, Persea. Agriculturists believe avocados originated in southern Mexico in the 1600s. Avocado tree species grow throughout Polynesia, Au... Read More »

Where did avocados come from?

Avocados are an ancient fruit. Speculation even exists that avocados were eaten by prehistoric animals and dinosaurs, primarily due to their large size. Modern-day history traces avocados to three ... Read More »

Can avocados be frozen?

You can freeze the flesh of an avocado, but you can't place one in the freezer whole or in slices. The best way to freeze an avocado is to puree it and mix it with an acidic liquid such as lemon ju... Read More »

How to Make Avocados Dip?

Fresh avocado is the main ingredient for guacamole