- Jul 12, 2009View Source
i would like to know haw to clean,eat avocados.and also please suggest some recipies.i've heard so much about them but have never tried them.they are pretty expensive here in mumbau so i dont want them wasted if not done in the right way.
thanx. have a nice day. tcLOVE,GERALDINE
--- On Mon, 6/7/09, cecille labonete <cezlabprodu@...> wrote:
From: cecille labonete <cezlabprodu@...>
Subject: Re: [Kraft-Meals-Made-Simple] Choose This Cancer-Fighting Party Dip
Date: Monday, 6 July, 2009, 10:18 AM
Hey where is the recipe for these healthy avocados?
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To: Kraft-Meals- Made-Simple@ yahoogroups. com
Sent: Saturday, July 4, 2009 17:34:29
Subject: [Kraft-Meals- Made-Simple] Choose This Cancer-Fighting Party Dip
Want a creamy, buttery party dip that you can serve without guilt at your backyard barbecue? Try some cancer-fighting guacamole.
The bright green avocados that make up this south-of-the- border-inspired treat are not only low in saturated fat and sodium but also loaded with nutrients that may protect against breast, oral, and colorectal cancers.
A Look at the Research
A review of several studies shows that compounds in avocados may inhibit the growth of -- or even kill -- certain types of cancerous and precancerous cells. And the really good news? These compounds from avocados may be able to target cancer cells without harming normal, healthy cells. Here's an even better way to serve your avocados and jack up the cancer-fighting quotient in the process.
The other cool thing about avocados? You can toss them in your salad, spread them on your bread, or turn them into drinks. Here are some unusual and delicious ways to enjoy avocados this summer:
* The perfect barbecue side: Stuffed Avocados.
* A yummy breakfast drink: Raspberry-Avocado Smoothie.
* A guilt-free party dip: Avocado Fiesta Salsa.