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QUICK RIPENING OF AN AVOCADO

Should you have ever searched for “how to ripen an avocado on Google,” you have probably come across a plethora of tips and methods that guarantee perfectly ripe avocados in only ten minutes! However, reading on demonstrates that the outcomes are not up to par. Certain methods can potentially completely contaminate the fruit. Therefore, if your grocery shop is anything like mine and all you ever find are rock-hard avocados, here’s how to expedite the process just enough to allow you to make guacamole this coming week without sacrificing its flavor and texture.

  1. ASSEMBLE YOUR GOODS

Put your avocado in a brown paper bag alongside an apple or a banana to encourage it to ripen sooner. Apples and bananas release more ethylene gas than avocados do, which is responsible for fruit ripening. You can speed up the ripening process of the avocado by placing these fruits in a brown paper bag together.

  1. PACK IT

Put your banana, apple, and avocado in paper bag.

  1. FILM IT

Make sure the bag is closed by folding or rolling it. The ethylene is, therefore, trapped.

  1. PEND

It’s difficult to wait. But you will have the ideal avocado—perfectly creamy, buttery, and delicious—in just two or three days. Avocado farmers most commonly recommend using this strategy. That being said, they are unquestionably the experts, notwithstanding any shortcuts. It’s well worth waiting for a properly ripened fruit.

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