Avocado sauce is a sauce prepared using avocado as a primary ingredient. It is a mass-produced food product, and commercial sauces are typically prepared to have a thin, sauce-like consistency that is pourable. Commercial preparation involves mixing the avocado using high-speed blenders, which breaks up the pulp. Spices, water and emulsifiers are added, and the resultant product is then typically frozen to prevent browning.
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