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Avocado ice cream

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  • kevin Jun 26, 2006 09:11 PM
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where? if i'm not mistaken, fosselman's doesn't have it. and i can get it in milkshake form from the thai restaurants around town.

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  1. Possibly at 99 Ranch or another Asian grocery store.

    1. Not ice cream but equally good is an avocado shake. Most vietnamese places sell this and it is definately limited to occasional indulgences since the ingredients are avocado, consednsed milk and sugar.

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      1. re: MEalcentric

        Yup, you can get a great avocado shake at Mr. Baguette in Rosemead.

      2. I've bought Avocado Ice Cream from 99 Ranch. I believe the brand is called Magnolia, a Filipino manufacturer of exotic ice creams. They also offer Ube, Macapuno, and other interesting flavors.

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        1. re: elmomonster

          Magnolia is okay but the Nestle brand is better.

          1. re: Hershey Bomar

            While I have not had Magnolia's avocado flavor, I was not impressed with several of their other flavors.

        2. The banyan tree (small chain around redondo beach) has a great avocado milkshake

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          1. re: mr mouther

            Both the Redondo and Manhattan Beach Banyans are out of business; the former around a year ago, the latter about 3 months ago.

            1. re: carter

              is that the one on highland, darnit, know i won't be able to try banyan's. anyone know why it closed?

          2. This place probably has it but you should call ahead:
            Scoops
            Location: 712 N Heliotrope Dr., Koreatown.
            Phone: (323) 906-2649.
            Vibe: Cool, smooth.
            Service: Buddy, buddy.
            Parking: Some street parking.
            Price: $2 a cone
            Recommended Scoops: Avocado banana gelato, chocolate sunflower.
            Overall: 4.5 out of 5 scoops