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I actually like the milk-free version of ice cream they have at the store. I don't tolerate dairy well, and buy it on occasion. My kids don't read the packaging and can't tell the difference when I serve it to them.
Hmmm!!Theresa - you don't read either - 10th Century????B J Hunnicut.
10th Century??? Ice cream????US Military canteen - well that wasn't around in the 10th Century.Oh and regard Aussie signs - they are meant to be scary. Only foolsenter where there has been mines put down and where blasting is taking place.CheersB J Hunnicut aka ColinPS: The deleted above had two typo mistakes!
I still prefer the milkless ones :)
Not me! :p
Looks like in Ukraine all ice creams without milk. The last time when I ate good ice cream was maybe when I was 12, after that time all ice cream became really bad.http://anna-alina.blogspot.com/
Goodness. Will look that up to see if I can find out...
Wow, they had ice cream in the 10th century? lol dairy is blah anyway
Dairy free is the big thing these days
There are all kinds of interesting ways to make ice cream.
I knew there was crushed ice added to things, but i didn't know there was any form of ice cream before the 10th century.
I like the kind made with milk and have some just about EVERY evening for my snack. : )
Ice without cream, good for you.
Very interesting. One of my nieces who is a vegan would like this fact.
Well that's interesting.
so interesting, I didn't know!
I never use cow juice for homemade ice cream. Yuck.