I don’t normally go in for trends. For example, I don’t own a single pair of skinny jeans. I’ve never tried a Unicorn Frappuccino. I’m not on Instagram or Snapchat. I didn’t participate in the Ice Bucket Challenge. And I refuse to use the words “doggo,” “pupper,” or “woofer” to refer to a canine.
However, I do have to admit that I’m rather smitten with the avocado. Sure, they’re dangerous. Preparing them is leading to a rash of something doctors refer to as “avocado hand,” and apparently they’re now so costly that they’re keeping millennials from affording their own homes. But they’re so danged delicious, who needs two bedrooms and a bath?
A few years ago, when avocados from Mexico bought their first Super Bowl spot, I thought it odd. Why spend millions of dollars for a 30-second ad for a fruit that had been in grocery stores for decades? But the company was on to something; people were starting to realize that they’re jam-packed with antioxidants and healthy monounsaturated fatty acids, and they contain nearly 20 vitamins and minerals. They’re good for the heart as well as the gut and can help detoxify the body. Basically, they’re superheroes disguised as wrinkly, green fruit. And once you start eating them, well, it’s kinda hard to stop.
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