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[食材料理] 10分钟让硬如岩石的Avocado变得熟透可餐

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太简单了:锡纸包裹放到放到预热设置93°C or 200°F的烤箱10分钟。
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) h7 J) Y: ~, D8 a! e2 G; F/ bThis week, the internet’s been going wild over a well-reported food hack that’s said to ripen avocados in 10 minutes.
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Seriously, it’s been everywhere.


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* f# U! e6 F. q/ h5 k- B' M; KThe method is pretty simple. Apparently, all you need to do is tightly wrap your avocado in foil and bake for 10 minutes in a 93°C or 200°F oven.

I decided to give it a whirl. Because honestly, there’s nothing more frustrating than getting stuck with a hard avo when you’re really craving one.

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Naturally, the first step in my experiment was to go buy two rock-hard avos: one for baking and the other for comparison.
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All images taken by Gyan Yankovich


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Today, you could get two equally hard avocados for $4AUD, which is a bloody good deal. The other day I literally paid $5AUD for ONE at my local grocer. Though I’m not sure whether this indicates how good avos are or how bad I am at managing my money.


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# P- ?( W9 {$ J, r/ ZAfter pre-heating the oven, I wrapped my test avo tightly in foil and popped it inside.
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I set the timer for 10 minutes. The excitement was palpable.

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When the timer sounded I removed my precious experiment from the oven and found it was still cool enough to hold.. A1 D+ ?4 O* |9 R1 @! _8 u
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I gently unwrapped it, finding that it still looked like a regular old unripe avo. I’m not sure what I was expecting tbh.


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My main concern going into this experiment was that the avocado would end up hot, which would be extremely gross.$ z/ `, Q% B3 ?. E+ K) f9 d
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It was a little gooier than usual, but it was relatively cool, which was good.


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Now, you’re just going to have to trust me on this one, but the baked avo really was softer than the regular one, especially around the edges.
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I will admit, it still wasn’t like cutting into a perfectly ripe avocado, but this hack made it edible at the very least.


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& ~1 T* r3 ]' y/ [# O4 Y6 y  ISo, there you go! This 10-minute trick is actually kind of great for anyone who doesn’t mind their avocados a little warm around the edges.
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