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May 21, 2012Reviewer: A customer in Massachusetts* I have loved this product for a year and a half now. However, my latest batch arrived this week and it is very noticeably less concentrated than the previous ones. The nutritional info has not changed so was this a badly QA'd batch or has Green Rabbit changed the formula? I hope not the latter.
March 23, 2012Reviewer: A customer in Wisconsin* This is an incredible product. So healthy and in my opinion it's much better than any whip cream on the market, diet or not. It's very rich and smooth with absolutely no aftertaste and that's because, unlike most products out there, there are no nasty chemicals in there to ruin the taste! Highly recommended.
February 20, 2011Reviewer: Cal in New York* Wow, love this stuff! Whips up nicely, into a rich firm topping. Richer than dairy cream, tastes great. Wonderful on pies, cakes, etc. I find myself stealing spoonfuls directly from the bowl.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulJanuary 04, 2011Reviewer: A customer in Utah* Absolutely delicious! It whips up beautifully into a light, creamy, topping that tastes like dairy whipped cream--but better. I have even used this to create vegan frosting and piped it onto vegan treats to create pretty designs. It can be flavored with maple, vanilla, or whatever your heart desires. It keeps well in the fridge, too. Just make sure to chill it before whipping, and keep at it for a bit. It takes a few minutes to really "whip" up.