Product description from producerAvocados are pear-shaped fruits native to South and Central America, covered with a hard, dark green skin. The avocado has a delicate aroma and oily flesh, reminiscent of butter with greens. Due to its cream-like texture, avocados are often used for a variety of sauces, pastas, smoothies and creams. It gives a special spiciness to salads and goes well with seafood. Avocados can be found as a paste for sandwiches, a particularly popular Mexican guacamole snack, consisting mainly of ground avocado pulp with salt and lime juice.
Avocado (or alligator pear) - the name of the tree and the fruit of the same name. According to some reports avocados are cultivated from the third millennium BC. Homeland avocado - the jungles of South and Central America, from where it gradually spread to other continents. In Europe, the Spanish conquistadors brought the avocado. Currently, there are more than 400 varieties of avocados grown in most tropical and subtropical regions of our planet. On the shelves of our stores avocado often gets in an immature state. By touch it is steady and taste like green pear or pumpkin. You need time to get it red-ripe. The pulp of ripe fruit has a delicate texture, the taste reminding mixture of butter with mashed green, with a slight nutty flavor. Ripe avocados are widely used in cooking, they are added to salads, soups, sushi, cold snacks and sandwiches. Avocados are widespread in vegetarian dishes, which serves as a substitute for meat and eggs. And from overripe fruits get valuable oil, used not only in cooking but also in the cosmetic industry.