Avocado Toast Ice Cream Is Here and You Can Thank a Local 4th Grader

With the help of a Larchmont Charter student, Salt & Straw is releasing a new, very L.A. flave
Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • September 5, 2019
On Friday, Salt & Straw will begin selling scoops of Avocado Toast Supreme at its five Los Angeles locations. The flavor came about as part of the artisanal ice cream purveyor’s annual “Student Inventors” series, where local elementary schoolers...
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