"Avocado is nature’s bacon” was written by Leah Reich in The Atlantic on March 22, 2013. Reich meant that the avocado is a heathful food experiencing the same popularity as bacon.
The saying has been used earlier. “I’ve long referred to the avocado as ‘nature’s bacon,’ because both make everything taste better” was cited in 2006.
The Porkchop Express
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 05, 2006
I’ve long referred to the avocado as “nature’s bacon,” because both make everything taste better.
“Avocado: Mother Nature’s bacon.”
“But She already gave us bacon.”
“In Her infinite wisdom,She has given us more than one.”
5:30 PM - 24 Sep 11
Oh, the Avocados You’re Missing!
95 percent of what’s available in the U.S. is only one of over 900 varieties.
LEAH REICH MAR 22 2013, 9:07 AM ET
In this age of urban foraging and celebrity chefs and websites loaded with food porn, few foods are more thoroughly fetishized than the avocado. Well, you might say bacon. But as I’ve been known to counter, “Avocado is nature’s bacon.”
It is everywhere. There are entire sites devoted to avocado recipes.
Steve Randy Waldman
“Avocado is nature’s bacon,” says @ohheygreat, w/whom i will dine. http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2013/03/oh-the-avocados-youre-missing/274197/ … [i think http://www.mcsweeneys.net/articles/stay-rich-quick-schemes … California-style.]
6:41 PM - 22 Mar 13
the veg life
March 23, 2013
“Avocados are nature’s bacon” — my new favourite avocado line via
There Are 900 Varieties Of Avocado, But All Anybody Cares About Is The Haas
Some call avocado nature’s bacon. Hmmm.
Mar 27, 2013 10:05 am
BY MATT RODBARD