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So, here’s the thing. I never really got the whole avocado thing. The hipster obsession with Avocado Toast, or even the whole guacamole deal. I always asked for no guac on my Mexican food. It was never something I thought about. I mean, I had tried store bought guac once and it tasted like grass. So I put it out of my mind.

But I get these weird ideas. Impulses I guess. Maybe it’s my ADHD. But sometimes I get an idea in my head and obsess about it until it becomes a reality. And it can be anything random. So one day while looking at an article with some low carb meal ideas, I saw all these recipes with avocados, and the photos made it look tasty, so I decided I had to try it.

I went out that day and bought one.

I bought an avocado

So I figured since I was making burrito bowls, that adding some avocado in might be a good way to try it out. I smooshed it and mixed in some garlic salt.

Smooshed and non smooshed avocado

I tasted it, of course, to make sure it wasn’t super gross before I mixed it into my whole burrito bowl. And it was ok. Kinda fresh tasting I guess. Not bad. Then I added it to my burrito bowl. I mixed it in and it did add a bit of a tasty dimension to the whole thing.

Burrito bowls

After that I decided I would give guacamole another try. But this time I would make my own. So the next day I bought 2 more avocados, smooshed them up with some lemon juice and roasted garlic puree and a bit of salt, and tried it out. It wasn’t bad, but I feel like it could have used something more added to it.

Homemade guac

I actually had a friend (and frequent podcast guest FEARCast J) give me a guacamole recipe that I’m gonna tryout next time.

I think it’s worth giving a chance. I’m not too sure if I will be trying it on toast anytime soon. But I think I can enjoy guacamole.

Also, now I have these guacamole seeds to do something with.

Guac seeds