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Vice Cream: Gourmet Vegan Dessertsby Jeff Rogers
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Its love at first bite! Until now, vegans and lactose-intolerants have missed out on perfect rich, creamy ice cream, and have been left with bland, too-healthy-tasting alternatives. Who knew it was possible to create a satisfying ice cream-like dessert without the milk and cream? Jeff Rogers and his vice cream to the rescue! VICE CREAM offers more than 70 scrumptious recipes for all the vegans out there whove been missing scoop after scoop of mouthwatering ice cream. For the first time, you can make truly creamy and delectable ice creams using purely vegan ingredients—the milks come from nuts, the sweeteners are maple syrup and dates, and the flavors are just amazing. Recipes include favorites like chocolate, vanilla, chocolate chip, mocha, and peanut butter, as well as fresh fruit flavors like blueberry, raspberry, lemon, and strawberry, and many more. After your first spoonful, youll be astonished at just how tasty and rich this healthy alternative to the heaviness of real ice cream can be. With vice cream in the freezer, youll never yearn for milk-based ice cream again.
70 scrumptious recipes for truly creamy and delectable ice cream using purely vegan ingredients.
- More than 70 recipes for pure vegan ice creams, including preparation and ingredient tips.- Includes a whole section devoted to raw vice creams.- The Vegetarian Resource Group estimates that 2,900,000 Americans (or 1 percent of the population) are vegans.- According to the National Institutes of Health, 30 to 50 million Americans are lactose intolerant.
About the Author
JEFF ROGERS had his last Ben & Jerry’s in 1997 and began developing his vice cream in 1999. Since then, he has founded his own company, The Naughty Vegan, and has been promoting vice cream at various vegetarian, vegan, and health events around the country. Jeff lives in Seattle, Washington.
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