Food Review

Ben & Jerry's vegan frozen dessert has been out in the US for over a year now. It's finally in select locations across Canada. 3 flavours as of today's date.  I'm thrifty & I dislike paying full price for anything. So I waited until it was on sale, to try 2 of the 3 flavours. I didn't know that Natrel made ice cream, so yep, I picked up 1 flavour of that as well. This is my first taste test/review video, so I'm a little nervous. Watch me here.

Have you tried any of the frozen desserts from Ben & Jerry's or Natrel? If you did, what did you think?  If so, which flavour did you choose?

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`Chilliwack River Valley Natural Honey is a Canadian company, based out of Chilliwack, BC. So far, I've purchased the Buckwheat, Blueberry & Wildflower varieties. If you get to visit the storefront at Granville Island, in Vancouver, you can try most of the honey flavours before you buy. Various sizes and variety packs are available, which are great for gifts.

`The Buckwheat honey is my favourite, so far. It is pungent and bold, in a good way and rich in flavour. Sometimes I just eat a teaspoon, for the love of it! I've also used it as a sore throat soother and it makes my scratchy throat feel better, almost instantly. A definite must have for honey lovers!

`The Wildflower honey is lighter, brighter and floral in flavour. Yet, it stands well on it's own. This honey compliments a herbal tea, nicely.

`The Blueberry flavour is different but still, very nice. Not an overpowering fruit flavour, like the name suggests but you can definitely taste the fruit essence.

Rating: 🌑🌑🌑🌑🌓


`My favourite way to enjoy honey is on toast, followed by using it in baking. What are your favourite ways to enjoy honey?


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