Once your guacamole is ready to go on Super Bowl Sunday, you may find yourself wondering what to do with all the avocado pits. How about growing your own tree?
Avocado Tree Starter Kit (Set of three), $20, Amazon
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Avocado Tree Starter Kit - Set of 3
Also available at UncommonGoods .
This avocado tree starter kit comes with three plastic AvoSeedo trays. Place a peeled avocado pit into the AvoSeedo, which then floats in a container of water and allows your avocado tree to begin sprouting. However, be patient! According to Amazon reviews, a pit can take five months to start sprouting. "Patience is a must, but these little guys make it well worth the wait," noted one enthusiastic reviewer.
Of more than 600 customer reviews on Amazon, 62 percent rated it five stars. And on UncommonGoods , 96 percent said they would recommend it to a friend. Reviewers said this kit is "easy to use" and "exactly as advertised!"
Get kids moving. The latest research shows that brain development in young children may be linked to their activity level. Place your baby on her tummy several times during the day, let your toddler walk instead of ride in her stroller, and create opportunities for your older child to get plenty of exercise.
It's the creative solution to all those leftover pits from making guacamole we'll all need come Super Bowl Sunday.
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