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Just amazing. I am so impressed by your ingenuity and design skills.
I was given an old Delta contractor's saw that had been left out in the weather for a long time and it was horrifically rusty. After taking it apart I covered all the rusty parts with paper towels, soaked them with white vinegar, then covered them with plastic wrap to keep them moist. When I took them off the next day most of the rust came with them. I repeated two or three times depending on the part. I then could start wire brushing and so on. It would have cost me a fortune in naval jelly. As it was I used probably 2 gallons of vinegar.
If you cut the avocado twice around, i.e., into quarters, the pit will remain stuck to one quarter and can be removed with your fingers if it hasn't already just fallen loose. Then you can easily scoop out all the meat in one swipe, either to mash or to serve on a plate to eat without mashing. No mess, no fuss.
You're welcome.I also have a similarly scientific way of opening and extracting pomegranate. Never a drop of stray juice. :~)
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