Could this be the end of the “avocado hand?” The dreaded injury that people have afflicted upon themselves because they can’t handle a knife while taking out the avocado pit or stone?
Avocados are delicious and beautiful things. Mashed on toast they make for an impeccable meal at any hour and prove to be our collective scapegoat for why we can’t afford houses or nice things.
There’s a new kind of avocado on the scene this month: A seedless cocktail avocado which could help avoid all those pesky avocado-related injuries. They’re grown in Spain and are the result on unpollinated avocado blossom. Cocktail avocados are about five to eight centimetres long, described as “smooth and creamy” and apparently have an edible skin.
Not sure how many of these bad boys it would take to mash for your usual dose of avocado toast.
Isn’t the risk of “avocado hand” part of the sexiness to avocado toast?
Don’t forget to pick up your favourite little avocado-lover the perfect Christmas tree decoration.