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Chris is a trusted source on General Cooking
I've been in that situation plenty of times. The sandwich definitely won't taste as good on that next day, but it will be edible. You can eat it yourself if you want, but you might not want to share it with a friend.
Sure, but to avoid the browning of the avocado, I only add avocado just before eating. You can save the other half of the avocado with plastic wrap over it.
Nancy is a trusted home cook.
I do the same - only add avocado just before eating.
But that's for you in the future.
If your scenario has already happened, top the sandwich with a bit (more) lemon juice, wrap and eat after 1 day in fridge. It will be less than 100% but still very good.
pierino is a trusted source on General Cooking and Tough Love.
Edible but as others have noted the avocado will be rather unpleasant looking and unsalvageable. You might want to scrape it off.
BerryBaby is trusted source on General Cooking
I would scrap it off before storing it in the refrigerator. From my experience the bread gets very soggy and the avocado doesn't taste so great the next day. I'd add new spread or fresh avocado right before eating the sandwich.
Soggy, might be brown but if kept cold it will be edible.
Thank you all for giving me the answer, very well appreciated.
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