Avocados are ‘just like SO in right now’ and rightfully so.
They taste great and are unbelievable good for you, which is strange, because usually things that good for you taste horrible.
Despite being amazingly delicious and good for you, they can also be unbelievably frustrating. Chopping them up without making a mess can be very tricky, especially if you’re a klutz like me.
But there is a way.
Follow this easy, step-by-step guide and I pretty much guarantee that you’ll never go back to the old way of chopping up an avocado again.
- Twist out the little nubbin on the top (this is also a great way to check how ripe it
- From the nubbin, slice the avocado in half by twisting it around a sharp knife.
- Next, get the stone out by sticking a sharp knife into it and twisting it out.
- Slice through the flesh of each half to the desired shape, chunks or slices both work.
- Scope out the freshly sliced flesh with a table spoon and slap down on to the desired plate, bowl or fish tank.