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FANCYQTR Posts: 7,026
1/22/13 10:43 P

I saw that recommended on some show today (either The Doctors or The Chew). I never thought of trying it for that but maybe I will if I end up with something for a sandwich again.

POSTREMO SparkPoints: (3,898)
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1/22/13 7:32 P

I love avocado! I'll definitely have to try that in tuna instead of mayo because it sounds delicious!

CUDA440 SparkPoints: (69,485)
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1/22/13 6:36 P

every time I read Avocado I think of guacamolli and I don't like that. Maybe I will have to branch out and try.
There is a girl that was in my sons young 5 class last year that would sit and eat an avocado with a spoon right out of the shell!!!! I was IMPRESSED.


GAMEDUTCHESS SparkPoints: (781)
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1/22/13 5:24 P

I am gonna try the suggestions thanks =)

ANARIE Posts: 12,550
1/22/13 9:58 A

I have a muffin recipe that subs avocado for butter or oil. Avocado is excellent in baked goods if they're dark or if the green color won't matter. (The muffins I make are lime-flavored, and I've done it with citrus-flavored cookies, too.) It's still not "healthy" because of the sugar, but it adds fiber, vitamins, and healthy fat to what would otherwise be complete junk food.

VEG_GIRL04 Posts: 1,188
1/22/13 9:55 A

Love love love avocado~! I have used them as a mayo substitute in the past and really enjoy it. Love the suggestion to try neufchatel cheese instead of mayo as well - I love that stuff!

BANDOMOM1 SparkPoints: (3,254)
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1/22/13 9:46 A

I love avocados! I read that we should have them 3xs a week.

-POOKIE- Posts: 11,905
1/22/13 9:34 A

I agree with trying plain yogurt, I love it in tuna.

JENMC14 Posts: 2,709
1/22/13 9:27 A

Plain Greek yogurt is something else you could try as a mayo substitute.

DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (58,340)
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1/22/13 8:58 A

I'll substitute Neufchatel cream cheese for mayo sometimes. :)

JASI27 Posts: 854
1/22/13 8:51 A

I love avocados and use them a lot. I still use butter, but do substitute it for my mayo

LRSILVER SparkPoints: (148,653)
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1/22/13 7:27 A

I haven't tried it, but it sounds like a great idea.

MICHELLEXXXX SparkPoints: (8,310)
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1/22/13 7:25 A

I generally prefer (grass-fed cow) butter for it's balanced omega 6:omega 3 ratio (nearly 1:1) over avocado's very high omega 6: omega 3 ratio (nearly 17:1).

LEDIRETSE SparkPoints: (60,299)
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1/22/13 4:42 A

i havent tried it yet but its actually a great idea, thanx emoticon

GAMEDUTCHESS SparkPoints: (781)
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1/22/13 3:07 A

For a long time now I have used avocados as a substitute for butter and mayo on my bread or in my tuna fish. I was wondering if anybody else does this or has any other suggestions for good substitutes I could try.

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