The Avocado Light is described as having a “mild” flavor and “a juicier and lighter pulp,” making it “ideal for the smoothies, cold soup, gazpachos, [and] cocktails.” Isla Bonita also claims their avocado “oxidizes more slowly,” making it longer-lasting (i.e. less likely to turn that gross grayish brown) than the real deal. And because it’s human-engineered, it will be available year-round—but only in Spain, as Isla Bonita has no plans to sell Avocado Light in America right now. (For soup and smoothie recipes that will help you lose weight, try WH’s Big Book of Soups and Smoothies.)
But before you book a ticket to Madrid to fill your suitcase with diet avocados, you should know that a) that’s probably illegal and definitely going to get you some face time with TSA, and b) avocado fat is actually good for you.