I whipped up some organic guacamole on Sunday for lunch. As I was making it with lightening speed I was reminded of the funny movie White Men Can’t Jump where they’re running around exclaiming, “This shit is too easy!”
Guacamole is that for me. Easy.
My guacamole always includes some garlic powder because it adds depth. <– That’s one of my guacamole secrets.
I also use cilantro (super healthy and flavorful – sometimes I even add one drop of coriander essential oil from the one and only Living Libations).
I also add organic ground coriander (I prefer it’s brightening floral-ness over cumin).
Of course there is chopped organic green onion, diced celery, sea salt, superfood vinegar, and I usually add some Brain Octane to energize my brain and lubricate it up nicely (lube up the guacamole, that is).
Oh, and use this awesome smasher to smash up your guacamole and achieve the perfect texture – a bit creamy with some chunks left in it. It’s also my best friend for smashing up butter-loaded mashed potatoes.
Serve up your guacamole AS IS with a spoon(!) or dip some Flackers into it (or other nutritious goodies like red bell pepper strips or cucumber discs – lightly cooked carrot are nice with guacamole, too). I frequently serve my guacamole piled on top of a grass-fed burger or alongside a piece of Vital Choice awesome wild-caught salmon, cooked like this easy recipe.
Avocados, the primary ingredient in guacamole, are nutritious, too. See? (From Mercola.com) Now, go make some.