・ Avocado certified by Guinness as the most nutritious fruit in the world. High-quality fatty acids such as oleic acid and linoleic acid make up about 80% of all lipids.
These fatty acids have the function of reducing bad (LDL) cholesterol and smoothing the blood.
-It also contains abundant vitamin E, which helps prevent aging and arteriosclerosis, and half avocado can be taken for about half a day.
・ It is also rich in potassium and dietary fiber, which are ideal for detoxifying the body. Potassium is the most abundant in fruits, and half avocado can be consumed for about one day.
Dietary fiber contains both water-soluble and insoluble in a well-balanced manner, making it ideal as a food ingredient for adjusting the intestinal environment.
Main nutrients / functional ingredients: oleic acid, linoleic acid, potassium, vitamin E, dietary fiber
Storage period and storage method
・ Room temperature ・ ・ ・ Storage period: Approximately 1 to 2 days after ripening
If it is still hard to touch, it is necessary to store it at room temperature and ripen it. Place it near ripe bananas and apples for faster ripening.
The sign of eating is (1) elastic to the touch, (2) moving, and (3) the skin is dark green.
(Some types do not turn black in skin. In this case, use ①② to determine when to eat.)
It is also possible to temporarily store it in the refrigerator if you have not eaten it even after it is ripe.
If you keep it in the refrigerator for a long time, it will turn black, so eat it as soon as it is ready to eat.
・ Freezing ・ ・ ・ Storage period: Approximately 1 month
Peel and freeze in a cut state. It is recommended to use it for dips and smoothies.
・ If it is too immature or too ripe, it may feel bitter.
If you missed the time to eat, it is recommended to mix it with other ingredients such as smoothies so that you do not mind the bitterness. ..