There are now seedless avocados because people keep cutting themselves

11:57 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017 Food
Addie Broyles
One grocery store in the U.K. is offering a limited supply of avocados without the pit, and they're shaped slightly differently from the ones we're used to, pictured here.

Texans tend to eat a lot of avocados and always have — and not just on avocado toast, the otherwise innocuous brunch item that has come to define the millennial diet (rather unfairly, in this millennial’s opinion). Avocados are an essential ingredient in some of our favorite things, like guacamole and tacos, so presumably many of us know how to slice the Mexican fruit safely.