During this week spent in Skåne and Copenhagen - as a sweet round off to this year's summer holidays. Of course there's at least a few weeks left of the summer, but work mode and preparing for work autumn will also begin next week - I've had the uttermost pleasure to eat a lot of fantastic vegan food (and some hyped I wasn't that impressed by). Of everything great though I think that the best thing has been the fantastic vegan icecream from newcomer Nicecream in Copenhagen.
That a tiny hole in the wall icecream shop with a very limited menu and very unassuming vegan icecreams can create such flavoursome melt-in-your-mouth magic is pretty awesome.
Yet one more proof that there's absolutely no reason one needs dairy to produce top quality icecreams. No need to use, abuse and kill all those millions of poor cows and calfs in the dairy industry, but instead enjoy a kind, healthy and delicious plant- and fruitbased nicecream. Which also is organic.
Had to go back for more the next day: one pops with chocolate peanutbutter, one cookie sandwich triple chocolate chai. Again, both really very good but as far as I'm concerned: the crunchy peanutbutter, h e a v e n l y.