Here's the thing: if someone tells you they've got a great guacamole recipe. Try it. If they flippantly tell you everyone has a great guacamole recipe. Run away. Quickly. They do not know how to make guacamole. Instead, they know how to put a haphazard blend of avocado and salt into a serving bowl next to a bag of corn chips. Gross. Guacamole deservers so much better, and as an eater, you do too.

Thankfully, your thoughtful and always hungry friends over here at Oola have put together a simple tutorial for 7 Ingredient Guacamole, and now, you'll never have to choke down green mediocrity again.

Before you head to the grocery store to whip up the concoction, I feel I need to add a word of warning. Do not, under any circumstances, buy crappy avocados for your guacamole. It doesn't matter how good this recipe is. If the avocados aren't ripe or they're from some weirdo location, the guacamole isn't going to taste very good. So please, for the love of all things delicious, do not try out this Oola recipe with discount avocados from Norway and then complain that we screwed you. You screwed yourself by going cheap.

Now that we're all on the same page about the quality of avocados issue, feel free to bail on this article and head to your local Whole Foods or wherever you shop. Your stomach will thank you later, and your friends will be really stoked that you finally had delicious food for a change. In fact, they might even be willing to whip up a few snacks the next time you head to their house.

Check back with Oola the next time you need a little food help. We'll save you time. We'll save you money, and we'll save your friends and family from having to lie about your cooking.

Check out a full rundown of the ingredients below...

Avocados - 5 diced
Tomato - 1 chunked
White Onion - 1/2 Chopped
Garlic - 1 Tbsp
Salt - 1 Tbsp
Pepper - 1 tsp
Tobasco - To taste

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