So Easy, I Made a Clever Name For It

I decided to call them Croc Eyes. The ingredients are so effing simple it’s silly. But when vegan snack attacks call, avocados are the answer.

Whachu Need :
Avocado
Balsamic Vinegar
Garlic Salt

Preparation :
1) Cut the avocado in half, remove pit.
2) Sprinkle garlic salt, fill pit hole with vinegar.
3) Eat it with a spoon. Like a boss.

Really, the main event is the avocado. You can garnish it however you please, or not at all. Point is  avocados are really good for you, and their mild flavor makes it easy to dress up.

Finding a Good Avocado

So, there’s not much to make this delicious snack. If you’re looking for a good avocado, there are some easy steps to follow. Organic is a good first step, as with all veggies, but if you can’t do that, at least you’re consuming them. To check how ripe they are, push down on the stem. If there’s some give, you got a good avocado. Keep in mind that an avocado may need to ripen a day or so before it’s really good. And if you cut it open and there are a couple spots of brown/black, don’t sweat it. That there is from people squeezing it to make sure it’s ripe. That’s why you should push the stem 🙂

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4 thoughts on “So Easy, I Made a Clever Name For It

  1. Kinenchen says:

    YES! I love this snack. Fresh, ripe avocado is so easily available in avocado you have to make excuses to cook with them. WIN!

    • theironclad says:

      I’m glad you introduced me to this preparation of avocado. It’s fast, easy, and freaking tasty. I love vinegar. I love garlic. And I love how its flavor has a direct correlation to how easy it is to prepare!

  2. I love eating avocado with a spoon, usually with lemon juice or some salt. I’ll have to try it with balsamic. And when I do, I’ll make sure to eat it with a spoon…like a boss. (that cracked me up when I read it in your post!) 🙂

    • theironclad says:

      I’m glad you enjoy the avocado as much as I am growing to 😀

      Also, thank you for your comment as it reminded me how I butchered the spelling of ‘balsamic’. 😉

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