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    Quote Originally Posted by jakey View Post
    ice cream is just about the healthiest paleo 'cheat' out there, particularly if you don't go overboard on the sugar. better yet, use rice syrup - no fructose!! i'll make it with heavy cream, egg yolks and rice syrup and i consider it muthaf*ckin health food.

    sorry for swearing, this is passion.
    better yet, use coconut nectar instead of rice syrup. Then it's 100% primal, and potentially 100% raw (esp if you use raw milk)
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    @jakey - they'll never take away our ice cream! MWAHAHAHA.

    Not but seriously, ice cream is the best thing ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    better yet, use coconut nectar instead of rice syrup. Then it's 100% primal, and potentially 100% raw (esp if you use raw milk)
    dr. bork bork (is that a great name? yes, yes it is), here's where i don't want to get trapped into primal dogma. so coconuts are the saving grace of all things primal, and white rice is a dirty dirty grain. okay. but... if you use the rice syrup, you get pure glucose, where as the coconut nectar has a good hit of fructose too. i will always opt for glucose over fructose.

    to be honest though, both are great and would work!

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    This is my favorite:
    5-6 bananas, sliced and frozen 1-2 hours
    Coconut milk to desired consistancy
    Unsweetened cocoa powder, almond butter, fresh ginger, any flavors of your liking

    Simply put it all in the blender and EAT THE HELL OUTTA THAT SH*T.

    No fancy unitasking machines, no sweeteners, no hassles. Just smooth, healthy, indulgent nondairy ice cream!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    I have this one:
    Amazon.com: Cuisinart ICE-30BC Pure Indulgence 2-Quart Automatic Frozen Yogurt, Sorbet, and Ice Cream Maker: Kitchen & Dining

    we don't use it often though. We still buy ice cream from the store.
    Scratch that.
    We buy gelato.

    I always recommend Talenti Gelato, Haagen Dasz 5, and Breyers original for primal ice cream enjoying
    Yeah, if only I could do milk! At least I can do fermented dairy to some degree these days, which is a blessing, and I enjoy that sooo much. So I was hoping to do the coconut milk or some almond milk or something ice cream or even frozen yoghurt perhaps....

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    Quote Originally Posted by SophieScreams View Post
    This is my favorite:
    5-6 bananas, sliced and frozen 1-2 hours
    Coconut milk to desired consistancy
    Unsweetened cocoa powder, almond butter, fresh ginger, any flavors of your liking

    Simply put it all in the blender and EAT THE HELL OUTTA THAT SH*T.

    No fancy unitasking machines, no sweeteners, no hassles. Just smooth, healthy, indulgent nondairy ice cream!
    OOOH! I will try this asap!!!

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    You can also use ice and salt instead of ice cream maker to solidify it.

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    When I want ice cream, I simply pour some heavy whipping cream into my blender, add some frozen berries and whip. Of course, it's not as "smooth" as the store bought stuff...but I'm a simple gal and this always sates my desires with minimal effort.
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    I ate a carrot last night that was sweeter than the strawberries.
    Wonder what carrot ice cream tastes like?

    Found this one for avocado ice cream (which made me wonder what it would taste like without the sugar):

    Avocado Ice Cream

    While an avocado-flavored dessert may seem strange
    to North Americans, South Americans have long
    considered the avocado an ideal ingredient for sweet
    deserts. Try this recipe and you'll understand why.

    2 8-ounce avocados (or 1 1/2 cups puree)
    1/4 teaspoon kosher salt
    1/2 cup superfine sugar
    3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
    1/2 cup heavy cream

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chatty View Post
    I ate a carrot last night that was sweeter than the strawberries.
    Wonder what carrot ice cream tastes like?

    Found this one for avocado ice cream (which made me wonder what it would taste like without the sugar):

    Avocado Ice Cream

    While an avocado-flavored dessert may seem strange
    to North Americans, South Americans have long
    considered the avocado an ideal ingredient for sweet
    deserts. Try this recipe and you'll understand why.

    2 8-ounce avocados (or 1 1/2 cups puree)
    1/4 teaspoon kosher salt
    1/2 cup superfine sugar
    3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
    1/2 cup heavy cream
    Mater: "Do NOT eat the pistachio ice cream. It has TURNED!"
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