Since I steer clear of salt and a lot of spices I decided to make my own personal guacamole. The first time I took a taste I thought it was was nothing special, but after I left it in the fridge for a while, it tasted so much better. I ate mine with cuke chips! Yeah I know that there are two other recipes here for...

Recipe Directions

1. Mash the avos into a cream 2. add the remaining ingredients and stir 3. Place in the fridge for at least 8 hrs
3 steps just the way I like it :) Make sure the avos are organic. Does it make a difference to the recipe? You bet!

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Since I steer clear of salt and a lot of spices I decided to make my own personal guacamole. The first time I took a taste I thought it was was nothing special, but after I left it in the fridge for a while, it tasted so much better. I ate mine with cuke chips! Yeah I know that there are two other recipes here for guac, but trust me once you add the mango, there is def a difference. You can also try other tropical fruits like pineapple, papaya, young coconut. As always be creative, and enjoy! :)

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Sounds great! You could also add all the other ingrediants to make it like Groocy Guac just with mango ... i like mine especially flavorful with the garlic and lemon and all the good stuff! Excellent idea! Thanks!

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marvelous idea!

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