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Guatemalan Avocados



Guatemalan Avocados is a term for a category of avocados.

Guatemalan Avocados have skins that are green, black or purple, and tend to be larger than Mexican Avocados, but not as large as West Indian ones.

Guatemalan Avocados

Anaheim Avocado; Benik Avocado; Dickinson Avocado; Edranol Avocado; Ettinger Avocado; Fuerte Avocado; Guatemalan Avocados; Hass Avocado; Lamb Hass Avocado; Nabal Avocado; Pinkerton Avocado; Reed Avocado; Ryan Avocado

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Also called:

Persea americana var. guatemalensis (Scientific Name)

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Oulton, Randal. "Guatemalan Avocados." CooksInfo.com. Published 20 November 2007; revised 19 February 2011. Web. Accessed 05/02/2016. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/guatemalan-avocados>.

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