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Old Wed, Oct-30-19, 12:56
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Default Rebel Ice cream

Oh man, it is AWESOME! I got it from Whole Foods. I like how they say how many net carbs are in the whole pint because... face it, a serving size is a pint! https://rebelcreamery.com
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Old Thu, Oct-31-19, 03:08
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I signed up for email notification for my zip code and found out the local Smith's now stocked it. Drove down and they have one pint left - chocolate. I was looking at the ingredients and vanilla and chocolate was the sparest (least amount of this and that) - most appealing to me.

My pint said 6g in large print, even though they now show a 4g chocolate pint. The 6g adds up to 4g - 1/2 c serving, 4 servings (aka 2 cups), 1 net gram per serving - so 4g it is. I think the 6g is a misprint.

The chocolate was good! I'll try to keep this to special occasions - maybe several times a year. That is the plan anyway lol.

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Old Thu, Oct-31-19, 12:06
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I looked it up and both large stores near me sells it.

Here are the nutrition facts that I looked at:
Total Carbohydrate Amount Per serving 10g 3%
Dietary Fiber Amount Per serving 2g 8%
Sugars Amount Per serving 0g
Sugar Alcohol Amount Per serving 7g
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Old Thu, Oct-31-19, 17:20
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I've been getting it at Publix. Good stuff. Keto Ice Cream. Mmmmmmmmmmm.

I like the Mint Chocolate Chip, Cookie Dough, Butter Pecan, and I just bought Coffee.

I eat 1/4 pint for a serving. It's difficult to control myself and not consider the entire pint a single serving it's that good.

Bob
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Old Thu, Oct-31-19, 19:49
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I love it and it seems to have no negative effect on my weight loss. Favorite is chocolate and strawberry, I get both and mix them. I find Rebel to be self-limiting in that if I eat too much, say a whole pint, I suffer minor gastric distress.
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Old Fri, Nov-01-19, 07:46
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The coffee is good. Not as sweet as the others, but a nice coffee taste with chocolate chips generously mixed in.

I've also had carb-smart ice cream bars, vanilla with a chocolate coating embedded with nuts. It's easier for that to be a single serving than an entire pint sitting in front of me

Bob
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Old Fri, Nov-08-19, 14:03
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I got the chocolate and it was good but had a funny dry consistency in that it fell into chunks when I scooped it with the spoon. Maybe melting it a little would help.
Coffee sounds interesting with choc chunks...
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Old Fri, Nov-08-19, 16:38
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Originally Posted by Bob-a-rama
The coffee is good. Not as sweet as the others, but a nice coffee taste with chocolate chips generously mixed in.

I've also had carb-smart ice cream bars, vanilla with a chocolate coating embedded with nuts. It's easier for that to be a single serving than an entire pint sitting in front of me

Bob

I agree. The Carb Smart bars are my preferred treat. The embedded almonds in the coating reminds me of toffee.
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Old Fri, Nov-08-19, 16:40
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I got the chocolate and it was good but had a funny dry consistency in that it fell into chunks when I scooped it with the spoon. Maybe melting it a little would help.
Coffee sounds interesting with choc chunks...


After I tried the first one, I read the interior seal "let defrost for 15 minutes before eating for creamier experience." Or something along those lines. I was too impatient!

Although ... having to wait 15 minutes could eradicate the desire for ice cream.
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Old Fri, Nov-08-19, 16:44
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Originally Posted by Gypsybyrd
After I tried the first one, I read the interior seal "let defrost for 15 minutes before eating for creamier experience." Or something along those lines. I was too impatient!

Although ... having to wait 15 minutes could eradicate the desire for ice cream.



Just goes to show I didn't even stop to read!!
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Old Sat, Nov-09-19, 07:56
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I'm good for about 5 minutes before I say, "What the heck, let's eat!!!"
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Old Sat, Nov-09-19, 09:18
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Nuking works.
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Old Sun, Nov-10-19, 08:02
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How long, what heat?

Whenever I try nuking ice cream I get cream without the ice
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Old Tue, Nov-19-19, 09:59
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Default Rebel Ice Cream

Do not soften Rebel Ice Cream in the microwave.

Set the Ice Cream on the counter around 15-29 min BEFORE you want to eat it. You can then scoop it out to eat.

I believe it is the best Ice Cream on the Market even though it is rather expensive. Mostly $5.99/pint where I live. Me and my husband think it is worth it. We share one pint for dessert.
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Old Tue, Nov-19-19, 10:28
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I'm not sure I'll buy it again, frankly it might start up a bad habit that I got out of my world several years ago. We are creatures of habit and I am afraid that it might imprint a really bad habit in my brain.
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