Durian Ice Cream

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Durian Ice Cream

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Durian Ice cream has a creamy custard taste with a calming effect on the mind and body! Every bite is absolutely dreamy without the dairy! This recipe has natural fiber to keep digestion working optimally. Loaded with great nutrition Durian Ice Cream helps to replenish the body with much needed nutrients! If you can’t wait for it to freeze this recipe doubles as a custard pudding. Not many ice creams can boast this kind of nutrition: minerals potassium (necessary electrolyte), manganese, iron, calcium, zinc, selenium and magnesium (helps regulate the nervous system), healthful essential oil and essential fatty acids, vitamins Bs, E and vitamin K. As opposed to typical sugary ice creams the ingredients in this ice cream are anti-microbial and anti-fungal, digestive and calmative. If you like custard you may fall in love with this double agent recipe!

Durian Ice Cream

Attributes:  raw, vegan, dairy free, gluten free sweet and smelly
Equipment:  blender                                                                                  Ingredients:

Fruit of one whole Durian fruit
2 Thai coconut meat
½ C coconut water
¼ C coconut oil, melted
1 vanilla bean or 1 tsp vanilla extract
3 T maple syrup or raw agave nectar”]
                                         

Directions:  If durian is frozen thaw overnight or all day. Wear a padded mitt to hold with one hand and a very sharp knife to cut open the bulging pods with the opposite hand. Remove the pits and discard the spiked skin. Drain coconuts of water and reserve. Remove the meat with a spoon and peel away brown fibre. In a strong blender add liquid ingredients first, then solid items. Use plunger with lid on, blend until smooth. Freeze ice cream for 2 hours, or until just hardened. Blend in blender and serve immediately on its own or with a warm accompaniment.
                                 

Optional:  Omit coconut oil, replace with ¼ C coconut water to make pudding or more coconut water to a smoothie consistency. Delicious!”
                                               

Tips:  Durian fruit contains high levels of the amino acid Tryptophan…causing relaxation. Semi-frozen durian can be used in a high-powered blender to save time making ice cream and the pits can be boiled and eaten like a yam.

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