Has anyone ever heard of an avocado called the "Bruce" avocado?
I saw these huge avocado's in the grocery store the other day and I'd never heard of them before. It said they were from Mexico. If anyone has ever tasted these are they good?
I have not heard of a Bruce avocado but the varieties that are usually imported to the United States from Mexico this time of year are the Bacon and Zutano. These avocados are available in early spring and again in early fall. Both of these avocados are smoothed skinned and have a creamy flavor. Bacon avocados are usually the higher priced due to the rarity of this particular variety.
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