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1. Avocados are easy to peel when ripe.
2. The two most widely marketed avocado varieties are the rough-skinned, almost black Hass and the smooth thin-skinned green ones.
3. As avocados are a fruit and not a vegetable, this combination makes perfect sense.
4. Avocados provide nearly 20 essential nutrients, including fiber, potassium, Vitamin E, B-vitamins and folic acid.
5. To freeze, mash the avocados with a fork.
6. Avocados also have 60% more potassium than bananas.
7. Mexico is the world's leading producer of avocados, serving up over 718,000 tons in 1994, more than the combined totals of the next seven producers in the World.
8. Avocados that fall off the tree ripen on the ground.
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1. In Peru avocados are consumed with teque�os as mayonnaise, served as a side dish with parrillas, used in salads and sandwiches, or as a whole dish when filled with tuna, shrimps, or chicken.
2. In Philippines, Brazil, Indonesia, Vietnam, and south India (especially the coastal Kerala & Karnataka region), avocados are frequently used for milkshakes and occasionally added to ice cream and other desserts.
3. In 2009, Peru joined Chile and Mexico as an exporter of avocados to the US.