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SimonF Jan 1, 2013 01:13 PM

Anyone tried it? It stands for Kosher, Organic, Vegan. It's on sale at Whole Foods, pretty expensive I'd love to hear an opinion or two before investing.

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  1. queenscook RE: SimonF Jan 1, 2013 01:24 PM

    Is that the actual brand name? I've never seen anything called that.

    And I'm curious . . . how much is it, that you use the word "investing"? I know Whole Foods is generally expensive, but is it really so expensive that the extra dollar or two is a "make or break"?

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      cheesecake17 RE: queenscook Jan 1, 2013 03:53 PM

      Husband and I were once shopping at WF. I refused to buy a $12 pint of ice cream. This was a while ago and I totally forgot the name. But yes, shopping there can be an investment!

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        CloggieGirl RE: queenscook Jan 1, 2013 03:56 PM

        I've seen $13 pints at the Whole Foods near me, so I could see that being called a relative investment. There were some reports on Kosherfest 2012 in blogs that gave good reviews.

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          queenscook RE: CloggieGirl Jan 1, 2013 05:33 PM

          4Wow; I was thinking $6 or $7. I wouldn't pay that much (the $12 or $13, that is), even though I guess I wind up paying more for dessert at restaurants. Just paid $6 and $12 for desserts at Turnpike Cafe here in Queens . . . not even a fancy, expensive place. It's all situational, I guess.

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        ferret RE: SimonF Jan 1, 2013 06:15 PM

        It's cocnut-milk based like So Delicious (also kosher). Clearly "gelato" as a product description is not regulated like "ice cream" because whatever this is it isn't gelato.

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