Cauliflower can be diced, riced, mashes, turned into tots, and turned into fries, so why not turn it into ice cream? (Spotted by Jarred at Publix.)
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7 thoughts to “SPOTTED: Farm to Spoon Plant Based Frozen Dessert”
This is just a bajillion kinds of bad. Ugh. I feel so offended. Who would invent an ice cream made out of cauliflower and other vegetables??? Come on! This is like getting a beautifully wrapped present on Christmas only to find out it’s a pair of socks. Not even fun socks. I’m so sad now. I think I need a hug, and a pint of real ice cream.
Lol, and they’re $7 a pint too. Imagine paying $7 for mashed up frozen cauliflower.
Probably a cultfit inspired invention. Sorry bud
Really, why are you still eating drinking milk as an adult??When you think about it, milk is a weird thing to drink. It’s a liquid made by a cow or other animal to feed its young; we have to squirt it out of the cow’s udders to obtain it.
It’s actually really good. Worth the money and great for those who are lactose intolerant and hate coconut milk or almond milk in their ice cream. It feels very smooth and creamy, just like ice cream.
Where can I buy it in Huntington Beach and Oceanside CA?
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