An avocado is a bright green fruit with a large pit and dark leathery skin. They’re also known as alligator pears or butter fruit. The flesh of the fruit is greenish yellow to bright yellow when ripe and buttery in consistency. The avocado fruit has one large seed inside.
Avocado, (Persea americana), also called alligator pear, tree of the family Lauraceae and its fruit is edible. Avocados are native to the Western Hemisphere from Mexico south to the Andean regions and are widely grown in warm climates.
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The Avocados have very narrow window of ripeness. Below are the tips how to store them for a longer period - A perfectly ripe avocado will yield to pressure, and have a darker peel than than an unripe one. Ripe avocados should be used within 2-3 days otherwise they will spoil. Ripe and ready to eat avocados are best when stored in refrigerator to slow down the process of ripening. Keep them in low humidity crisper drawer of your fridge, and they will last for 2-3 days. To keep a cut in half avocado from turning brown, seal it in a bag with a sprinkle of lemon or lime juice.
Unlike many fruits that typically have a sweet or acidic taste, avocados have a smooth, buttery consistency and a rich flavor. A popular use is as a salad fruit. Avocados are also processed into guacamole and can be used in sandwich spreads.
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Total Calories - 263
Fat - 21g
Carbohydrates - 18g
Protein - 5g
Fiber - 10.9g