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Jason Mraz Supplies Avocados to Chipotle, Keeps a Few to Eat

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How does one become an accidental avocado farmer? Move to a property with hundreds of avocado trees. That’s what Jason Mraz did.

The singer, a vegan and environmentalist, said about his home, “It was kind of an accident. I just wanted to live out in nature. When I realized there were hundreds of avocado trees here, I thought, ‘I can keep this going.’?”

And keep it going he has. According to Parade, Mraz eats 2 to 4 avocados a day. Many of the rest go to supply the local Chipotle. Vegans eat a lot of avocados typically, but the singer’s farm boasts a 30,000 pound harvest each year. Thankfully Farm Aid was able to help him become a true farmer with a working farm. Workers come out a few times a year to pick the avocados.

By now, Mraz has to be an avocado expert. Which is why we trust him when he says, this chocolate pudding recipe that uses avocado as a base, is delicious.

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  • VaultDweller73

    Hey Jason, stop charging me so much for my add of guac, ya hippie freak!

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