yeah got a cows milk protein allergy myself and goats milk neopolitan is as rare as unicorn poo..
It says no pre freezing in the description.
You may well be right, but... You sure about that?, most cheap ones (under £100) you have to put the churn in the freezer for 24 hours prior to using then the ice cream gets formed on the sides and scraped off until it's thick/done. Partly why they never get used as it takes up quite a lot of space in the freezer, and a long time to churn compared to a refridgerated proper one. Never seen on with a peltier cooler in (but that doesn't mean there aren't any).
Deliveroo from a local quality gelateria?
24/05/2021Expires on 24/05/2021Posted 9th MayPosted 9th May
I had one of the red berries variety last week. It was very nice and, unexpectedly, no noticable seeds.
My stomach size confirms that you are correct ,sir. Oh just to see my feet one more time.
I hope one day they stop putting the insane amount of sugar thats in almost all sweets in the shops these days. These sweets manufacterers are just like drug dealers, they know it's addictive especially for children and yet they continue like this.
01/06/2021Expires on 01/06/2021Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
Try these for £1.00 Iceland 4 Belgian Milk Chocolate Majestics 480ml Absolute bargain
Good deal if you want a branded product but I find Lidl and Aldi’s own make premium mini ‘Magnums’ just as nice and much cheaper. With Lidl you get 12 for £2.38 (3 x White, 3 x Almond, 3 x Milk and 3 x Dark Chocolate).
25/05/2021Expires on 25/05/2021Posted 5th MayPosted 5th May
Where there is doubt avoid... Where’s the doubt here on the ingredient - unless purely perpetuated in this thread by yourself? Even if alcohol is used in the crystallisation process according to both my understanding of which I’m in no doubt and indeed the ruling in the link the stance remains clear on the ingredient if one gets as far and understands the logic behind the conclusion. https://islamqa.info/en/answers/256702/ruling-on-consuming-carrageenan And indeed Allah knows best in all matters. Peace.
Carrageenan is listed as so in the ingredients, so unless somebody contacts the company to find out what was used to crystallise it during production, we won't have clarity. Whether that type of information is readily available and if somebody can be bothered to make various enquiries about a common ingredient like this one is another argument. As that would take up a lot of time per weekly shopping. Where there is an element of doubt we avoid.
https://islamqa.info/en/answers/256702/ruling-on-consuming-carrageenan “If the production of this substance and the crystallisation thereof is done by means of alcohol, but no trace of alcohol is left in it, in the sense that if a person were to consume a large amount of this substance, he would not become intoxicated, then this is overlooked, because it is a small amount that is absorbed completely.”
Have you deliberately missed the essence of the point that Carte d’or is primarily halal? Tiramisu - generally contains brandy whoever makes it. Brandy is a type of alcohol Rum and raisin. Rum is a type of alcohol Supreme tiramisu - see tiramisu Sorbets can often contain alcohol I’m guessing that’s why And I’m guessing the marshmallow has gelatin Even a broken clock is right twice a day.
Depends on the ingredients used. A lot of food products use animal based additives which muslims can't eat. Unless, the packaging clarifies otherwise. A good example is Carrageenan, it can be plant based therefore halal for consumption but haram if crystallised during its production with alcohol.