It's not unreasonable to assume you know everything about avocados. Even if they're sometimes abnormally large, or shoulder the blame for millennial's inability to purchase-starter homes, there is no mystery -- and perhaps nothing that interesting -- belying the green fruits. Until now, that is.
Marks and Spencer, a UK mega-retailer, is selling miniature "cocktail avocados" that are three inches in length, and don't have pits in the middle. They're essentially avocados you can consume on the go without using a knife, as the skin is reportedly soft and tender enough to chew, like a Powerbar for vegan weirdos.
Sadly, the pitless avocados are only available at M&S retailers in the UK for the highly unreasonably price of £2 ($2.70) per avocado. But still, they're kind of a agronomical marvel, as Charlotte Curtis, an agronomist who helped engineer the cocktail avocados said: