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Once the sale is complete, one of the company’s first moves will be to lower prices on several grocery standards, such as bananas, eggs, and ground beef, as well as Whole Foods standbys like avocados, kale, and almond butter.
Using a table knife, coarsely chop the avocado flesh into bite-size pieces.
Instead, the avocado was simply halved, then stuffed with a corn salad consisting of corn, tomatoes, cilantro, peppers, and lime vinaigrette.
The place was swarming with so many soldiers, residents said, that some even climbed up avocado trees to gain a better vantage point to shoot at people.
The shop will also serve light fare, like pastries, yogurt bowls with fruit and granola, and assorted toasts with toppings like smashed avocado, cookie butter and goat cheese from Granby's Sweet Pea farm.
Hayek blended a Papaya Avocado smoothie using one of the very high-powered blenders sitting in front of her, dumping in precut frozen chunks of papaya and avocado with almond milk.
Crisp, crunchy goodness meets creamy avocado and buttermilk dressing in this healthy West Coast classic.
Right before serving toss the avocado into the salad gently.
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