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    They taste five to me, and they're naturally low in fat but so what? Next thing you know people will be complaining about how low-fat apples are. It's not like engineers deliberately manipulated it to be low fat lol
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    It's just another variety of avocado with a name and an angle born in a marketing department somewhere.
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    I guess the consensus is that they are OK buy not as good as regular avocados. I will just stick with the regular ones, or lamb chops, which were cheaper per pound than both types of avocados.

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