I’m not sure how many people could consider their 4-year-old a connoisseur of fine guacamoles, but here in Austin, Texas, we eat it at least once a week.
In the guacamole kit we tried there were three little avocados, an onion, a couple of tomatoes, a jalapeno, a lime and some dried cilantro. The dried cilantro was a good idea because that’s what hurts a lot of these guacamole kits. Fresh cilantro gets slimy and gross and really takes away from the shelf life.
You’re still going to have to take the time to wash and chop all the ingredients, so this isn’t much of o time saver in that respect, but I thought this product was a nice idea, especially for a grab and go situation, where people are shopping for something quick to pick up on the way home.
Everything tasted great, though I’d love it if they included a clove of garlic.