Peel is a little truck that parks outside Elev8tion Fitness on Saturday and Sunday from about 9am-4pm. Their soft serve is made with coconut and banana - and not just any bananas either. They use rescued bananas from local produce shops that would otherwise go to waste. You can order it plain or with toppings like peanut butter, strawberry, or pineapple. It’s refreshing, light, and doesn’t give you an intense sugar high like most ice cream. It’s worth trying regardless if you’ve just worked out or woke up.
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