1. Cut the avocados and half vertically and twist to separate the two halves. Remove the seed by either scooping it with a spoon, or hitting it with a knife and twisting it out. Then using your spoon, scoop the flash of the avocado into a bowl.
  2. Mash the avocado with a potato masher. If you do not own a potato masher the back of a fork will do just fine. I like my guacamole a little chunky anyway.
  3. Add the lime juice and vinegar, salt, and garlic. Stir thoroughly and grab a chip to taste it and see if the flavors taste right. This process always takes a little tweaking so you might need a few more chips. Keep tweaking and tasting. (See why you really need 3 avocados?)
  4. This is the basic recipe. In a pinch you can use lemon juice in place of lime juice, garlic powder in place of real garlic. I also like to add cilantro and/or jalapeno to my guacamole and occasionally even chunks of diced onion and tomato. The original recipe given to me by my friend included the seasoning Spike. But I no longer have that seasoning so I just omit it and it is fine without it.

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