You’ve posted elsewhere that Nick’s “regular” ice cream is kosher and KP, thank you. I wanted to also ask about their vegan line.
- is this is also Kosher and, if so, is it KP? (The “Non-Animal Whey Protein” ingredient may give you pause, so go to question #2 for that). Here are the ingredients and a product link
Filtered Water, Soluble Corn Fiber, Allulose, Strawberries, EPG (modified plant-based oil), Coconut Oil, Erythritol, Non-Animal Whey Protein, Glycerol, Natural Flavor, Sorbitol, Acacia Gum, Modified Corn Starch, Almond Protein, Dipotassium Phosphate, Guar Gum, Salt, Tara Gum, Carob Gum, Steviol Glycosides, Colored with vegetable juice and beta carotene, Citric Acid, Xanthan Gum, Stevia Leaf Extract, Monk Fruit Extract, Ascorbic Acid. Contains: Milk Protein, Coconut, Almond
- This is a fascinating question for me, and i hope for you as well- Nick’s markets their vegan ice cream as having “non animal whey protein”, which is made by a company called Perfect Day: https://perfectdayfoods.com/
They seem to create nature-identical (or similar enough) dairy protein from plants! Process – Perfect Day
Is this “dairy” considered dairy, or is it pareve? Meaning, could it be eaten on fleishik plates, consumed with fleishiks, or without waiting after eating meat?
This is obviously a very exciting implication and I’m very interested to know your thoughts. Thank you so much!