Professional avocado taster needed in up and coming restaurant

For all avocado lovers out there

A restaurant in Australia is seeking professional avocado tasters to test its menu in the days before its launch November 2.

The position is called “Head of Avo Control” and it is custom made for you, Oh whisperer of makodofia.

Duties will include tasting all of the 20 menu items and social media promotion as well.

The qualifications are a minimum of two years’ experience smashing avocado on bread and proven knowledge of how to check an avocado for ripeness. (That’s basically all of us since we learnt how to go to the shops).

The experience will allow you to eat for free through the month of October. All you have to do is get to Australia. And for all that avocado, it just may be worth it.

Apply here.

Avocado - one of the most nutritious fruits

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