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[WA] Cornetto Vegan 90ml (Ice-Cream Made with Soy) $0.29 @ Spudshed

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Found some vegan ice-cream at Spudshed. $0.29 each while stocks last.
Made with soy. Taste good.
Should be store-wide.
Photo taken at Innaloo.

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  • +14 votes

    Thanks but no thanks

    • +11 votes

      Not sure why is anyone voting your comment negative. This ice cream is really not tasty, maybe not even at 29 cents.

      • +35 votes

        It’s because vegans are easily offended

        • +17 votes

          Sense every vegan post gets salty comments by non-vegans their not the only ones that are easily offended and the whole comment comment section proves it lol

          • -5 votes

            @RandomFox: r/ihadastroke

            Sense

            their

            comment comment

            This what veganism does?

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            @RandomFox: Salt seems one of the few things on the the menu… But TP shouldn't have been down voted since it's only their personal opinion. Also, he was polite and said thanks

            Remember people, there is a reason why super sales like this happen. It's market driven. Hint hint

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            @RandomFox: Think vegan posts generate bad reactions look at Cross fit posts. Can people who do cross fit please just shut up about it and F.O ?

        • +5 votes

          So far I have found that non-vegans get a lot more offended by vegans than the other way around.

          • -2 votes

            @Trippelsewe: Please show proof?

          • +2 votes

            @Trippelsewe: Percentage or a collective? There are a lot more non-vegans out there than there are vegans. But i'd say about 20% of non-vegans woul voice there distaste compared to 80% of vegans.

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              @Garroshs: Well the total number vegans a non-vegan knows is likely a lot less than the number of vegans a vegan knows. Just like a motorbike rider is more likely to have a higher number of mates who rides motorbikes than someone who doesn't ride bikes. Statistics are fun.

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                @ShipShapeRC: Well offensive in the eyes of the dealer or the receiver?

                I bet at the end, you're both right, just from ones own perspective.

                It's all relative.

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                  @plague69: There's more vegans getting offended based on the percentage (eg 80%). But there's far fewer vegans in total. Eg: 3,000,000 x 80% = 2,400,000 complainers.

                  There's less non-vegans getting offended based on the percentage. But as there's far more non-vegans in total. Eg: 22,000,000 x 20% = 4,400,000 complainers.

                  Total population: 25,000,000
                  Total complainers: 6,800,000
                  Split of complainers: 55% vegans, 45% non-vegans

                  I think it's the Pareto Principal at work again!

      • +6 votes

        It's because they probably haven't even tried it.

      • +16 votes

        This ice cream is really not tasty, maybe not even at 29 cents.

        bonezAU should have said that then. "Thanks but no thanks" can interpreted in so many different ways (e.g. anti-vegan) and that's why it's being downvoted.

        • +3 votes

          He's probably never had one (neither have I for that matter) and could have said why he didn't like it.

          • +4 votes

            @G-rig: Yup. Hence why I would be inclined to say it's anti-vegan as it often goes with those sort of deals.

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              @Clear: Yeah typical type of remark wouldn't be surprised.
              Fair enough if they really are bad but still a great deal.
              So good is on special $5/1kg at Woolies, still think that tastes pretty good. Vegan Magnums are great, were on special once.
              Depends what you're used to but always going to get yobbo opinions lol

    • +6 votes

      i shit myself if i consume dairy so yes pls

    • +76 votes

      Two sentences later:

      However, other research found conflicting results, suggesting that soy-based foods may not have as much of an impact as these isolated soy components.

      In fact, one large review of 15 studies found that soy foods had no effect on testosterone levels in men.

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        Which one to believe?

        • +48 votes

          Who knows. I have no skin in the game. However picking and choosing sentences from an article is a pure form of confirmation bias.

          • +13 votes

            @ScottEh: personally i just wouldn't worry about it, hardly doubt anyone here would eat enough of these to have an effect on there testosterone production.

            • +14 votes

              @kid-vhee:

              doubt anyone here would eat enough of these to have an effect on there testosterone production.

              At 29c each though?

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                @Quantumcat: Still no. It's not too my taste, and I've purchased this at regular price to try.

        • +18 votes

          Well the journalist has listed 1 study with a sample size of 35 which shows a link,

          https://academic.oup.com/jn/article/135/3/584/4663709

          vs

          15 studies in a review showing no correlation

          As far as i know (I'm a PhD Research chemist, biomed undergrad) testoterone hormine production can be affected by many things, particularly exercise which the above study doesn't control for at all.

          The link i'd say is non-existent but i'll stick to whey protein because soy tastes like foot.

          • +1 vote

            @choumada: Ah you’re a PhD research candidate - are you sure you can still afford these? :P #stemlyf

  • +8 votes

    Here we go

  • +10 votes

    Soylent Green Cornetto? 100% Vegan?

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    Which Spudshed OP?

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      Should be store-wide.
      Photo taken at Innaloo.

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        Thanks yeah different spud sheds have different stock so not always.

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          Anyone confirmed any at other WA stores?

          • +2 votes

            @granthamana: Had these at the Morley store yesterday. Tried it and wouldn't buy again!

      • +1 vote

        Who even takes pictures of inside their toilet?

    • +1 vote

      Was at Bentley today. None there.

  • +6 votes

    Gelato isn't vegan?

    • +2 votes

      Contain dairy product which not vegan

    • +13 votes

      You'll loose your vegan powers

    • +15 votes

      It's milk and eggs, bitch!

      • +1 vote

        Don't downvote this dude, he got it.

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          I don't think they've seen the movie, but that is by far my favorite line from it hahaha

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        Cornetto corporation means that the cows and chickens used to produce it were themselves vegan.

    • +5 votes

      Chicken isn't vegan?

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        depends on how you raise your chicken?

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        Chick'n is.

    • +1 vote

      de-veganize ray. HIT HIM

    • +12 votes

      You don't fancy fruit? Weird.

      • +5 votes

        Most people just call it food…

        'Vegan Food' is just alternatives for some types of food that some people refuse to eat.

      • -1 vote

        I'm not into alternative food, if I want meat I have meat, not tofu that look like meat.

        • +1 vote

          Agreed

  • +20 votes

    Vegan is such a trigger word for people it seems. The stress isn't good for your heart in these troublesome times.

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      So is meat ;-)

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        Well said

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        Meat is actually mostly a trigger word for stuffy nonvegans when it is used to describe anything that isn't animal flesh.

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          non vegans LOVE meat lol….what the heck are you on about! Non vegans. I think they call those sorts of people normal. There is nothing wrong with meat. Bad produce is bad produce though be it animal veg or fruit. Pesticides, hormones, contaminated soil or meat. Quality is far more important than what specific entire food groups you restrict! Honey vs refined sugar for example. Sugars…but the quality of them is entirely different. Grass fed beef or home grown eggs. Monsanto sprayed crops aren't doing anything good for your system when you ingest that shit.

  • +1 vote

    Are they short dated?

  • +2 votes

    At that price, I’d expect a 3 hour expiry 😆

  • +1 vote

    For such a cheap price, I can grab extras for my wife's son and my wife's boyfriend too!
    EPIC!!!

    • +7 votes

      I’m surprised a 12 year old has a wife.

  • +2 votes

    so cheap because there is no demand for it

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    There is/are reason(s) why these are in clearance for so cheap. Don't expect these to be on the market for long.

    • +12 votes

      triggered

  • +3 votes

    Thanks, my kid is allergic to milk and smashes these things.

    • +1 vote

      My kid is allergic to milk and had a slight reaction to these for some reason.

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        did you question them

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        bugger. feeding kids' with allergies is like walking through a minefield.

  • +1 vote

    Another polarizing (amygdala hijack) post when we see Vegan , Cage Eggs, RRP "deals", what else?

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    I love these!

  • -1 vote

    🤮

  • +11 votes

    Here come all the lard asses getting triggered by the word vegan with their witty comments lol. These taste great and most wouldn't know the difference between the dairy version.

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      My wife doesn’t like them and goes for the dairy free Magnum.

  • +1 vote

    Innaloo - probably where they should go ;-)

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      They'll def end up Innaloo at the end of the day

  • +2 votes

    Vegan / Non-vegan debate aside, this is a real product at a real heavily discount rate. So for OzB it's a deal if you want it. All else is confirmation bias to your pre-existing paradigm.

  • -1 vote

    " tastes good "

    its just sugar breh

    of course it tastes good

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    Looks like a much better deal than wagu beef lol