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10-02-2013 04:32 PM
sam alshebany

guys i got those avocado that i thougt would be wonderful to make guacmole with them it's just that when i opened them and tasted them they tasted sweet whats up with that

 

now i don't know what to do with them?

 

any suggestions

09-13-2013 07:15 AM
sam alshebany

guys does pesico test on animals and do you buy tostitos chips and lays and ruffles (the vegan products) ?

06-20-2004 01:05 AM
GhostUser chunky guac is the best. Besides pico de gallo, guacmole is my fave dip.
06-19-2004 06:11 PM
Artichoke47 I like my guacamole a little bit chunky, too, so I can see the yellow and green color contrast, along with red from my tomatoes!
06-19-2004 11:18 AM
*~*Datura*~* I would love to find a jalapeno free guacamole where I live. I would make my own, but I can never find Advocados in my Stop & Shop!!! Does any one know of a specific brand that's not spicy?
06-19-2004 10:55 AM
eggplant I make mine with a potato masher. Perfect consistency for me!
06-19-2004 10:05 AM
tearhsong2
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Originally Posted by Cissy View Post

Is this it perhaps?



Can't get that page to load for some reason, but it's possible that is it.
06-19-2004 08:27 AM
chiaraluna Mmmm... guacamole



I tried to make my own last week, but the avocados I bought were very underripe. Yuck.
06-19-2004 03:30 AM
PassThePickles ooo guacamoleeeeeeee **drools across the earth** i put it on eeeeeverything. sandwich..snacks..pizza...even tried it on oatmeal once ((i do nooooot recomend haha)). they're expensive where i live too...but reading what galatea wrote reminded me..i'm currently in brazil!! eee hee hee **steals one o you boyos hats n charges out to find me some guacamoleeeee**
06-19-2004 02:17 AM
pinkpunch I only just started liking guacamole recently, still haven't tried making it myself though.



I've seen recipes for guacamole made of green peas and beans, but never broccoli, none sound very appealing!
06-18-2004 10:09 PM
Cissy
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Originally Posted by tearhsong2 View Post


I've heard of the broccoli "guacamole" before, but can't find a recipe for it.



Is this it perhaps?
06-18-2004 10:05 PM
GhostUser Thanks for the guacamole ideas, here is a sandwich I am going to make

TVP "Chicken" Chunks browned in oil

guacamole

cooked crisp Fakin Bacon or Lightlife Bacon

italian dressing or vegan ranch

flour tortilla
06-18-2004 08:51 PM
SystmDwnGrl2 avocados oh I love them soooo much... I love them in burritos and mmmmmm I love guac... I put them on veggieburgers and sandwiches...in salads...luckily they don't seem to bother me... I just have to make sure I don't eat too much in one day.
06-18-2004 08:21 PM
rainbowmoon Yeah, the last time I was at the local grocery avocados were 1.89 each. Take me to Brazil!
06-18-2004 08:03 PM
Galatea They're really expensive here too, as well as crappy and small. The avocadoes in Brazil were as big as my head and CHEAP!
06-18-2004 03:36 PM
tearhsong2 Nope, I didn't make this up. Terrible, I know.



http://www.whatscookingamerica.net/A...sGuacamole.htm (asparagus)

http://www.recipegoldmine.com/lowfat/lowfat66.htm (peas)

http://www.e-cookbooks.net/recipes/lf812.htm (zucchini)



I've heard of the broccoli "guacamole" before, but can't find a recipe for it.
06-18-2004 03:11 PM
bluegrrrl79
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Originally Posted by shagginabit View Post

how much do they run in your area? they're 4 for a buck here this week.

Wow that's cheap, here they're like $1.50 each.
06-18-2004 02:37 PM
qetta I've seen "broccomole" in the stores.
06-18-2004 02:09 PM
borealis
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Originally Posted by tearhsong2 View Post

those low-fat "guacamoles" made from broccoli or asparagus.



Please tell me you made this up! Nobody would really create such a travesty, would they?



*feels a wave of despair crashing over her*
06-18-2004 01:27 PM
Walter
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Originally Posted by FafaFrappy View Post

But I prefer it in tacos and burritos, or chips. There's just no other way for me.

Guac in burritoes!



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Originally Posted by tearhsong2 View Post

So long as it's avocados in it and none of those low-fat "guacamoles" made from broccoli or asparagus.

Ugh!! I've never heard of such a thing, nor do I ever want to hear of it again!
06-18-2004 11:39 AM
4EverGrounded
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Originally Posted by tearhsong2 View Post

Of course, a smoother guac wouldn't be bad, though. So long as it's avocados in it and none of those low-fat "guacamoles" made from broccoli or asparagus. I'm sure they might be good, but if I want guac, I want me some avocado.

Guacamole made from broccholi or aspearagus? That's just nasty.... and wrong on so many levels.



I like a nice, chunky guacamole with lime juice (not lemon, lemon makes it taste funny), garlic, a tad of salt and a bit of pepper.



I love avocados, too....
06-18-2004 10:53 AM
Quizeen
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Originally Posted by zimngir View Post

I am lazy, I buy the bulk stuff from Sam's. It is really good.

How else do you guys eat it besides with tortilla chips and with mexican food?

Need ideas as I have a lot of it. I love it on quesadillas.

Shannon



It's good as a sandwich base in place of the usual hummus, just add assorted veggies.



It's also good on baked potatoes. I make potato taquitos sometimes, but if I'm in the mood from some and don't want all the grease a baked potato with guacamole and salsa is a good alternative.



Last time I was in Baja I went to the Commerical Mexicana (huge grocery store) and they had like 4 kilos of avocados for the about 80 cents and they were all perfectly ripe. I almost wept, you can't transport fruit or veg over the border. But I bought two and some fresh bolillos (hard rolls) and made the best damn sandwich I've ever eaten out in the parking lot.
06-17-2004 08:52 PM
tearhsong2 I like chunky guac. I make mine sort of salsa-like with jalapenos, tomatoes, and onions. Lots of lime juice. Avocados are so nummy.



Of course, a smoother guac wouldn't be bad, though. So long as it's avocados in it and none of those low-fat "guacamoles" made from broccoli or asparagus. I'm sure they might be good, but if I want guac, I want me some avocado.
06-17-2004 08:41 PM
GhostUser
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Originally Posted by bluegrrrl79 View Post

I wish avacados weren't so expensive!



how much do they run in your area? they're 4 for a buck here this week.
06-17-2004 07:41 PM
GhostUser I have had guac with carrots or with crackers before.. But I prefer it in tacos and burritos, or chips. There's just no other way for me.



I looove avOcados....
06-17-2004 07:07 PM
GhostUser I am lazy, I buy the bulk stuff from Sam's. It is really good.

How else do you guys eat it besides with tortilla chips and with mexican food?

Need ideas as I have a lot of it. I love it on quesadillas.

Shannon
06-17-2004 05:22 PM
bluegrrrl79 I wish avacados weren't so expensive!
06-17-2004 04:38 PM
NDvegan85 Mmmm... someone (aka me) just bought 6 avacados at the grocery...
06-17-2004 02:45 PM
qetta Mmm...guacamole! My sister-in-law makes the absolute best guacamole - and it's the sole reason my husband can convince me to ever, ever go visit them in Texas. (Texas scares me.)



And dang, 2 roommates in culinary school? Lucky duck! (and yes, I know it's a penguin and not a duck, but close enough!)



Did your roommate share her guacamole recipe with you, or just her technique?
06-17-2004 02:25 PM
Walter 2 of my 3 new roommates just graduated from culinary school a year ago. One of them taught me a great trick to making guacamole. She uses a whisk and jabs at the avacado! It's not chunky at all (like I get with a fork) it's really kind of silky and bumpy... Doesn't that sound yummy?



Oh, and by the way, I looooooove me some guacamole!

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