THE ONLY WAY TO STOP AVOCADOS FROM BROWNING QUICKLY

The only way to stop avocados from browning quickly

The only way to stop avocados from browning quickly


Avocado is a bright green fruit with large pits and dark skin. It is also known as alligator pear or butter fruit. Avocados are a favorite in the produce section. It's a staple in guacamole dips. And they appear in everything from salads and wraps to smoothies and even brownies. So what makes this type of pear (yes, it's true!) berry such a superfood?

Fortunately, there are safe ways to help slow down the aging process so you don't have to eat guacamole for a week straight.

 Read on for tips on saving this beloved and sought-after fruit.

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 How to stop avocados from rotting

 To prevent avocados from rotting, consider the best conditions for ripening avocados. If they are hard and you want them to ripen as quickly as possible, putting them in a paper bag with ripe fruit on your table is the best way to speed things up.
 
That's because, climacteric fruit (that is, fruit that continues to ripen after being picked) produces an unpleasant gas, which odorless called ethylene.
 
As ethylene levels increase in climacteric fruits, they grow better. Exposing unripe fruits such as avocados to ripe fruit that emits a lot of ethylene helps increase ethylene levels in the unripe fruit, causing it to soften more quickly. Other examples of tropical fruits include bananas, apples, peaches, tomatoes and mangoes. 

To prevent avocados from rotting, or to make it depressed, do the opposite of the above method: store them in the refrigerator, away from any climacteric fruit, especially mature ones.
 
This will delay the ripening process of the unripe avocados and help keep the avocados in their current state for a day or two. It's a good idea to keep checking your cooked avocados if you can, even after they've been refrigerated, to make sure they haven't turned brown.
 
It should be noted that avocados are best ripened slowly at temperatures between 60° and 70° F for the best appearance and flavor. But if you have more avocados than you can eat, go ahead and throw them in your fridge to save time.

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How to store avocados in the freezer
 
If you can't slow down the ripening process and have more ripe avocados than you can eat, don't worry: you can still enjoy them without switching to an avocado-only diet. we recommends mash all your ripe avocados, then add one tablespoon of lemon juice for every two avocados. Transfer this mixture into resealable containers, leaving a little head to allow the avocado to expand once frozen without cracking or opening the container. Write down your containers and make sure you use them within 12 months. 

Since avocados will change a bit once thawed, use them with other nutrients rather than eating them as they are, such as dolloped over a bowl of cereal or with salt and pepper and toast. Instead, mix it into smoothies, salsas or salad dressings, or use it as your favorite flavoring agent.

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