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Dairy Free Ice Cream recipe

Need Help Going Dairy Free?

As a health practitioner, I can tell you that dairy is not an essential nutrient. #truthbomb

Whether you can’t consume it, choose not to, want to cut down, or just want to try new simple recipes, this post is for you.

I’ve compiled a list of delicious dairy-free substitutes that I love. Substitutes for milk, butter, parmesan, and even pudding and ice cream! And you don’t have to buy them at the grocery store if you don’t want to. There are super-simple recipes that you can easily make in your kitchen.

This post is full of delicious mini-recipes to try. And at the end, is a great dairy-free ice cream dessert for you. You’re welcome.

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