Rachael Ray’s avocado cutting hack shares the internet – SheKnows

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Look, Rachael Ray is no stranger to thinking outside the box, especially when it comes to recipes like their grilled buffalo chicken cheese and cacio e pepe popcorn. Like many professional chefs, Ray has certain techniques that she uses to get things done efficiently. And, well, she just shared one of her cooking secrets on Instagram and it looks like people are pretty divided. In celebration of National Guacamole Day, Ray shared a special hack for dicing avocados – and her fans have very mixed opinions on the trick.

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Ray went to Instagram to share her tip on a video and wrote, “My avocado trick just in time for #NationalGuacamoleDay! 🥑⁠ ”In the clip she explains the hack:“ The more avocados you use, the more this trick becomes something you love. And that’s why we have this wire rack here, it dices the avocados when you pull them out of their pods and drop them into the bowl. “

Commentators (not surprisingly) had mixed views about the hack. One commented, “Good idea, but I don’t want to have to wash the big thing. I’ll stick with my paring knife & spoon. ”Another wrote,“ I can hear my Mexican mom scream – just use the fork. ”However, some of Ray’s fans seemed to appreciate the trick. One wrote: “Thank you for the great tip. Did that tonight and it was a breeze! ”

Of course, the hack requires a sturdy lattice-style refrigerated shelf – like this one available on Amazon:

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Whichever side of the debate you are on, we love that Ray shares her tips and tricks with us. Everyone loves efficient cooking and if there is a way to make things quicker and easier we are always ready to try it. What about when it comes to making guacamole? Even better!

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