So, lately, I've been curious about avocados since they are everywhere and people rave about them.
I've read online that they taste fresh, nutty, and buttery. Since I am allergic to nuts and butter is delicious, I thought, "Wow, this is my kind of fruit!" So, I bout an avocado after studying up on how to buy one and how to tell if its ripe, etc.
I was so excited when it ripened. I cut it in half, popped out the pit and cut a slice and popped it in my mouth and ugh. I love y'all, but it tasted like grass with a light butter aftertaste.
Maybe in guacamole or a recipe would be okay? If I get adventurous, I may use it in a recipe. In the meantime. If I want grass and butter, I've got both.
You never know if you don't try, right?
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Tried a new fruit called quenepas 😍 it’s funny having never even heard of something that is loved by so many people— anyone who knows what they are buys like 10 bags at once. It’s easy to forget that your personal grocery store’s fruit selection of apples and oranges (and even the ~*exotic*~ ones like pineapples and mangoes) aren’t representative of the world as a whole.
It’s hard to describe the taste— they’re creamy and tangy at the same time, almost like synthetic green apple flavoring. The shell is hard but brittle (similar to an avocado) and breaks easily with your teeth; then you suck the flesh off of a fairly large pit.