Thursday, May 13, 2010
I found this raw gelato from Organic Nectars in the Essene alt-cream aisle. It was pricy at over $9 a pint, but I was so intrigued by it that I knew our cashew-cream-loving apartment would be receptive. Later that night over a dish while watching the Flyers dominate the Bruins, I noticed how long it took to soften up. It did have the consistency of gelato, but I let it sit for a good fifteen minutes to get creamy and slightly melted, the way that I like it. It was very good, but I don't think I'd pay that much for it again. I'd rather enjoy a scoop of Stogo or split a cashew ice cream sundae at Pure Food & Wine with my main squeeze.
I also now have the recipe for those PFW sundaes from the restaurant's cookbook. And this, too: http://www.amazon.com/Pure-Simple-Homemade-Vegetarian-Cuisine/dp/156656770X
Because wouldn't it be nice if we had time to cook some indian food during all of this last month wedding planning? I can't even tell anyone that I'm blogging right now or they'll call me a vow-writing slacker.
Yes, I am going to write my vows soon.
A vegan deodorant that doesn't smell like a joke, Duross and Langel's ginger stick is a vegetable protein based odor repellent that is handmade in Philly. I have wussy, sensitive skin that reacts to the slightest of abrasive ingredients, so I needed something simple and natural.