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There is no universe in which avocado is an acceptable mayo substitute.
I’m sure this is just another issue with Britain’s legendary culinary system. Avocado, simply sliced or as a quick guac, can be awesome on sandwiches or burgers instead of mayo.
Nevermind the better healthy fats, the flavor and texture is more rich and more substantial. But for the record, avocado isn’t a legit alternative to mayo in every case. Tuna salad, egg salad, some things are better with mayo than avo.
Worst. Analogy. Ever. Wait, is this one of those cases where “avocado” means something different in your neck of the woods than it does here? Like aubergine/eggplant, chips/fries or crisps/chips? That’d explain it.
They’re both high fat, creamy “things”. For context, we were originally talking about a turkey club sandwich and I said I’d take avocado instead of mayo. That’s totally reasonable. Really though, I refuse to believe I’m in the minority on this one.
Not sure if it beats it, but definitely delish. I just put mayo on one side of the bun, bread, tortilla, whatever, and guac on the other. I believe in sharing the love…lol Though i will absolutely agree with the egg salad statement…eeeewwww!! Not THAT dedicated.