Woman splits the internet by sharing avocado coffee trick on TikTok

A woman has divided her TikTok followers over a coffee hack meant to save customers money.

Milly Rose Bannister told the others to bring their own avocado when they go out to eat and “thank her later.”

In the clip, Sydneysider is shown taking an avocado out of a shopping bag, cutting it up and spreading it between scrambled eggs and toast, bought from the cafe.

The hack is intended to prevent customers from adding avocados to their food order at cafes, an extra that can cost up to $6.

The abundant supply has seen the price of seasonal fruit in Australian supermarkets drop to as low as $1 each.

Milly said the move had already saved her more than $180.

However, hospitality workers were quick to criticize Milly’s budget stunt, saying she should support the venues instead.

“Times are tough and timing so support businesses,” one user wrote.

“If you can’t afford to eat there, don’t go,” joked another.

“I was a waitress for five years and this is very embarrassing.”

But Milly was convinced that buying other items was support enough for the businesses she frequented.

“I think it’s better to spend $14 on a coffee than $0, and I hate sitting at home and cooking my own eggs,” she said.

Others also understood his position and said that the price of the cafeteria was too high.

“This cafe is charging too much to add avocado; I don’t understand how it’s ’embarrassing’ to want to continue enjoying eating out but not being scammed,” said another user.

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