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October 28, 2008

World's most technical avocado preserver


Instant finalist for my "Favorite New Kitchen Accessory of the Year" Award.

That nifty snap closure — snugging up the leftover avocado to the contact surface — is to die for.

From the website:

    Avo Saver™

    Keep expensive avocado halves fresh longer with this money-saving gadget.

    Simply place half-cut avocado face against bright green surface with pit in well — adjustable buckle secures it in place to reduce contact with air and slow discoloration.

    Dishwasher safe plastic.

    5¼"L x 3½"W.


Yes, Flautist — it can serve nicely as a codpiece when not employed in the avocado space.

$4.99 (yeah, sure, the avocado's included. In fact, they'll make up a tub of guacamole if you like. But why stop there? How about some chile rellenos — and maybe a Corona Light? No problema).

October 28, 2008 at 01:01 PM | Permalink


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I tried a relleno as a cod piece once...there are places that capsian oil should never touch.

Posted by: c marsupial | Oct 28, 2008 3:40:27 PM

The de-pitted AVOCADO serves as the codpiece, not that thing.
(See "avocadopiece")

Posted by: Flautist | Oct 28, 2008 3:13:33 PM

Two words: ZIPLOCK BAG
Alternative: Saran Wrap.

Both keep out air.

Both are also good for pieces of cod and whatever other fish you might prefer.

Posted by: Milena | Oct 28, 2008 2:57:45 PM

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