Food GAMECHANGER: Stoneless avocados now exist and they look WEIRD

07:06  08 december  2017
07:06  08 december  2017 Source:   Cosmopolitan

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If you love avocados more than some of your own family members then you know that the avocado stone is the enemy. It is responsible for the recent ‘avocado hand’ injury epidemic and also weighs a shit tonne, pumping up the price on your (already exxy) fruit of choice.

Well, good news y’all. Now science has gone and created avos without the stone and holy heck the result looks WEIRD.

Presenting: Cocktail Avos.

These mini mofos are called ‘cocktail’ because they’re a lot smaller than your average avo (sized between 5-8cm) and, get ready for it, you can even EAT THE SKIN.

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But just ‘cos you can doesn’t mean you should, right? Right.

So how are they even made?

"The avocado hails from an unpollinated avocado blossom, meaning it develops without a seed which, in turn, stops the growth,” explains plant scientist at British supermarket store Mark & Spencer, Charlotte Curtis, to Huffington Post UK.

“The fruit is grown in Spain and only available during December, where usually it is sent to a Parisian food market and purchased by chefs to be used in fancy restaurants," she added.

While these freaks of nature aren't available in Oz yet, we're still kinda keep to try 'em tbh.

Stay tuned.

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