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RECIPE: Unlikely Vegan Ice Cream - probably ok for diabetics to

Posted by dda2006 (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 31, 06 at 14:06

Ive been searching for a great tasting vegan ice cream lately - hard to come by without the soy aftertaste... and found it in an unlikely, and slightly upsetting place - doggie ice cream.

The website claims its all-natural and holistic; no dairy, no sugar. But it does taste great - I ordered the pumpkin flavor in lieu of Autumn approaching. Im not an expert, but it's sugar-free... so does this make it okay for diabetics too? Check it out

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RE: RECIPE: Unlikely Vegan Ice Cream - probably ok for diabetics

That would depend on the CARB count. Just because it's sugar free doesn't mean its carb count would be low enought to make it a wise diabetic choice. Of course diabetics can eat any food, as long as it fits into their "carb count" for that meal/snack/food plan for the day.


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