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Soy Delicious Review
Review by Erin Pavlina of VegFamily

When I went vegan I thought I'd seen the last of ice cream. Good bye Ben, goodbye Jerry, see ya later Breyer's. But an amazing revolution is taking place in your grocer's freezer. Vegan ice cream!

Organic Soy Delicious is made by Turtle Mountain, Inc. They have a few other products, but today we're talking about their quart sized vegan ice cream. They've got five flavors: Chocolate Velvet, Creamy Vanilla, Mint Marble Fudge, Neapolitan, and Chocolate Peanut Butter.

Soy DeliciousNow the main questions are as follows: Does it taste good? Does it have the right consistency that my favorite ice cream used to have? Is it icy or creamy? Is it high in fat? Will my non-vegan family and friends tolerate it? And most importantly, how does it taste on top of one of Allison's Gourmet Brownies with some Ahlaska Chocolate Syrup drizzled over the top, followed by some Hip Whip, nuts, and a cherry?!?!

The answers to these questions are as follows: Soy Delicious tastes fantastic! I haven't met a flavor I didn't like. The consistency is very close to the other stuff. It's not icy, it's very creamy. They've got 3-5 grams of fat per half cup serving. Your non-vegan friends and family will really enjoy it (mine do!). And most importantly, Soy Delicious makes the perfect addition to any Brownie Sundae!

I think you're really going to love Organic Soy Delicious, and I suspect there will be some addiction involved, so we apologize for turning you on to this sweet "drug." But we think it's worth it!

Erin Pavlina is the Editor of VegFamily, the Magazine for Vegan Family Living. She is the author of Raising Vegan Children in a Non-Vegan World, and her articles have appeared in numerous magazines. She lives in Los Angeles with her vegan husband, Steve, and lifelong vegan daughter, Emily.

View the review at www.vegfamily.com.

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