Lemon Saffron Ice Cream

April 12, 2017

Lemon Saffron Ice Cream by Faring Well {Vegan}

I have been dreaming of this sunshine-y ice cream for a few week’s now. Typically I pull out my ice cream bowl from the freezer once a month to make us a batch of whatever ice cream I’m craving, but lately it has been once a week. Maybe it’s because spring is here, but let’s be honest – I live in southern California on the coast – where it is always spring or summer. So it’s really just my deep love for ice cream that lovingly pulls the bowl from the freezer and onto the mixer so often. At night, however, if I’m mixing an ice cream it is going to be mint chip. Always. So in order to get myself to embrace the new sunshine-y flavor I had been craving I knew I needed to make and enjoy it during the day.

I know, it really took some arm twisting to get myself to eat ice cream in the sun rays in the middle of the afternoon. But I was able to manage, and this tasted like pure sunshine! I love the creamy lemon, not too strong and not tart either. Then saffron, I know, getting fancy over here – but I had never tried it before and after one smell of it’s strands knew I had to put it in ice cream. Its pungent honey and floral aroma, when balanced with creamy ice cream and the flavor of lemon, is a total winner for me. I hope you love this sun-kissed dessert too. For some reason I feel like almond biscotti would go well with this, so maybe if you have a few on hand crumble them on top for an extra treat.


Disclaimer: What I express in the following paragraphs is unique to my personal experience only, and in no way am I projecting any negative feelings towards others who do primarily sponsored work of any kind. I believe it can be done incredibly well and be a perfectly natural fit for so many who I follow, trust, and love. I also am grateful for many of the wonderful companies I’ve partnered with over the past two and half years and this is not meant to reflect poorly on them one bit. This is my feelings on how it relates to my work personally overall, and the decisions I’ve made based off my future goals for my space – and my space only. 


Now onto the main topic for discussion today that I have been eagerly awaiting a time to share with you: money. This isn’t a comfy topic for most, I understand, but I have been asking myself a slurry of questions lately that have driven me to reconstruct what it is that I “do” here in this space, and I wanted to invite you into my thought process.

Why do I want to do this? I hope it is clear by the end of these next few questions, but in summary, my hopes are to be more transparent, provide a greater source of inspiration and resources, and really foster the passion in me to cultivate this space with you. Basically, I want to do what I love the best way I can, and let my success be driven by my readers. Now let’s jump into my headspace and break this down:

What do you want to do? Simply put, I want to inspire people to be in the kitchen and to eat more plants. For years this has been something I’ve found so simple to do on my own, discovering new tips and skills that lead my relationship with food to be one of deprivation and fear, to something life-giving and joy-filled.

Do you feel like you are doing this? In a small way, yes. But I feel severely held back by the necessity to fit into a mold I have carved for myself as to what the job of a food blogger entails. From posting schedules, to sponsorships, to social media engagement – I feel strangled and as if I am working against my natural grain.

How do you currently make money? Aside from a handful of freelance work I do behind the scenes, primarily sponsored posts. Whether they be here on the blog or on social media. This is driven by the brands who reach out to me, wishing for me to try their product and then promote it for a fee. I try to only say yes to brands that fit in the realm of things I would possibly use, but it often is a new product I use for a small amount of time – not something tried and true that I stock my shelves or cabinets with weekly. These agreements also tend to leave me feeling micromanaged and creatively squashed.

How do you want to make money? I want to leave the door open to sponsorships with brands I already love and have adopted into my lifestyle prior to working together. But this could mean as little as zero sponsorships a year if the right ones don’t come along, which I am okay with, but need to tackle a new approach.

What do you want your new approach to look like? I want free reigns to share everything. I want to open up my pantry and shelves to everyone, show them what I use daily/weekly/monthly. The items I truly recommend, the basics I stock and the brands I trust today. I want zero ties to one company, but to instead have a fluid map of my kitchen that can eb and flow – much like life. I want my pages to feel alive, and I want to help others through inspiration and the sharing of knowledge/successes/failures.

How can you make money doing this in an authentic way? I’m sure there are many, but the way I am going to approach this new transition is through affiliate links. Meaning, I will draft my recipes and new pages on my site and then only after documenting all of my go-tos will I search for potential affiliate links to apply to those items (authentic products first, potential affiliate links second). This way, if anyone finds what I link to helpful, they have the option to purchase any items through those links to support my ability to keep Faring Well running .

How do affiliate links work? Affiliate links allow the promoter (me) linking to a product to make a small commission (paid for by the company) off of the sale at zero cost to the purchaser (you). I am only making an income if you find what I am providing to be helpful enough that it inspires you to make purchases of products you love or wish to try through my links. This will be driven by your level of acquired inspiration from my recipes and pages. Nothing more, just pure authenticity – this is what I desire.

What will this look like on my site? I will link to the ingredients I use in my recipes, no longer will I be sticking to one major brand per post as I would with sponsorships. These will reflect all of the companies – big and small – that I love dearly and use exclusively on my own accord. I will also be drafting over the next few weeks a handful of helpful new pages here on FW to be used as resources for my readers. This will include a full tour of my pantry and what I stock, a page on the equipment I own and how I use it, and a cookbook page where you can peak at my shelf of books I love, why I love them, and what they are about in case you are looking for a specific need.

What if a brand you use doesn’t have an affiliate program, not even through Amazon? I will link to their product pages still, even though I won’t make a dime, because my goal here is to share. If I can make a living, wonderful, but that is secondary.

What if you can’t make a living? I will seek work elsewhere, and keep this site functioning as a hobby and passion project where I will continue to share my words and recipes – just less often. I’ve become incredibly self aware of the desire in me to share this way, or not at all. The eminent possibility of the failure of this space as a business feels really freeing. I hope for provision through my work here, but know that as long as I follow my heart and my instincts – no matter what happens, it will be counted as a success by me.


A few last thoughts…

I want to thank you. Thank you for being passionate and curious, for leaving me notes and trusting me with your questions. So much of what I do is driven by your passion and friendship. This is why I wanted to include you in this process and shift in my approach here – I want you to know exactly what I am doing and why. And I want to hear your feedback along the way! What you are finding helpful, and what could be more helpful. And if you feel motivated to do so, helping support me through affiliate links. But only when it is something you truly wish to purchase out of your own desire and benefit, and never solely for my own. Here is to a new chapter, I feel really good about this you guys, and I hope you do too. Now: ice cream. – xx

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LEMON SAFFRON ICE CREAM
Makes about 3.5 cups.

1 15-ounce can of full fat coconut milk
3/4 cup raw cashews, soaked 4 to 8 hours
1/4 cup pure maple syrup
2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
2 teaspoons lemon zest
1/4 teaspoon saffron threads

Combine the ingredients in a blender and puree on high until silky smooth (about 40 seconds in my Vitamix). Pour into the chilled bowl of an ice cream maker and churn according to the manufacturers directions (I use this ice cream bowl attachment). Serve soft straight from the ice cream maker when finished, or store in an airtight container in the freezer until ready to enjoy. If frozen for more than 2 hours, let thaw for 15 to 20 minutes on the counter before scooping and serving.


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This post contains affiliate links. Purchases you make through these links will help support the work I do here on Faring Well at no extra cost to you. Thank you for your constant love and support. 

58 Comments

  • Reply Michelle April 12, 2017 at 4:36 pm

    I am so excited for this new change! I CANNOT wait for all that is to come! Access to your kitchen and pantry!? AH! YES. But most of all I love you sweet, sweet heart being so real with us readers! THANK YOU! Also…must make ice cream NOW!

    • Reply Faring Well April 13, 2017 at 11:52 am

      Aw Michelle! Thank you for being so sweet and leaving me this message – I can feel your enthusiasm through the page and it is contagious girl! I can’t wait to see where everything goes, and for you to make this ice cream! So stinking excited. You’ll have to let me know what you think. xx

  • Reply Tracey April 12, 2017 at 4:46 pm

    What a great post, Jessie! As a new blogger out in the world, it’s admiring to hear your personal experience running such a beautiful and trustworthy site and how you plan to take it to the next level! :)
    P.S. This ice cream looks and sounds delicious! PINNED and making this weekend!! :)

    • Reply Faring Well April 13, 2017 at 11:54 am

      Thank you tons Tracey, I’m so glad to hear all of this (it really means a lot) and am crazy excited for you to make the ice cream too! I hope you have the most gorgeous weekend, happy early Easter! <3

  • Reply Lily | Kale & Caramel April 12, 2017 at 4:54 pm

    This kind of inventory can be so powerful, Jessie, and I’m honored you let us in on your process. It’s wonderful to hear how you intend to move forward with your digital home, and I know you’ll do so with total beauty and grace and insight. I’m excited to follow along on this next chapter!

    • Reply Faring Well April 13, 2017 at 11:55 am

      Oh Lily you are so kind and this encouragement and all around positivity from you means the world. Thank you friend. Ps. Practically running to my mailbox every day, SO excited for your gorgeous book! XX

  • Reply arielle April 12, 2017 at 4:56 pm

    wow thank you for being so open about all of this! i can relate all too well, and i think this an amazing new approach you are taking. i wish you the best of luck! you are so awesome/knowledgeable/inspirational

    • Reply Faring Well April 13, 2017 at 11:57 am

      Aw Arielle! You are too much. Thank you. I appreciate you and can’t wait to see how we all fare in this space together <3 lots of love being sent your way.

  • Reply Sarah | Well and Full April 12, 2017 at 5:06 pm

    I’m so inspired by this, Jessie. I’ve had a bunch of other technical issues with my blog, but it’s made me think about all facets of blogging. I miss the days when I was creating for the sake of creating, and not necessarily to promote a certain product. So I definitely hear you on this. Lots to think about!

    • Reply Faring Well April 13, 2017 at 11:58 am

      Thank you for your kind and positive response to all of this Sarah, definitely always something to be individually considering and making changes as needed to keep the fire burning inside <3. I love watching you grow and all that you create. You are wonderful! xx

  • Reply Cayley Humphreys April 12, 2017 at 5:13 pm

    Jesse, you are so beautiful inside and out. It’s so refreshing to read posts that are relatable and honest and your passion shines through in every one! You are so inspiring more and I look forward to trying all of the different recipes that you have to share. Not only are they healthy, but also you keep things interesting, simple and absolutely delicious! Keep up the hard work and I know everything will work out perfectly for you! Xxx

    PS. Can’t WAIT to make this ice-cream soon!

    • Reply Faring Well April 13, 2017 at 12:01 pm

      Oh Caley! You are just making my morning, so grateful for you taking the time to leave me this message. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. I enjoy my work so very much, and to know it is received with joy absolutely makes my life. Thank you for being apart of this space with me here, and I am so excited to see what the future holds <3 one thing is for sure, it will be tasty ;).

  • Reply Taylor April 12, 2017 at 5:36 pm

    Jessie, what an inspiring post! Your wonderful content aside, one of the reasons I love reading your blog is due to how genuine and transparent you are. It’s really inspiring for my journey with my own blog to stay true to yourself and not get lost in the mentality of what you think a food blogger should be. I can’t wait to see what the future will bring for you here!

    • Reply Faring Well April 13, 2017 at 12:02 pm

      Oh goodness Taylor, thank you! This ^^ makes me smile and feel super encouraged to continue with it all, and I am so happy to hear it resonated with you in a way too. I can’t wait to see what the future holds too! And am so happy to have you along for the ride. Appreciate you girl.

  • Reply Rachel April 12, 2017 at 7:04 pm

    I actually love affiliate links, so I think what you’re doing is great for you and your readers!

    • Reply Faring Well April 13, 2017 at 12:03 pm

      So wonderful to hear! Thank you Rachel <3.

  • Reply Jess April 12, 2017 at 8:41 pm

    So ironic…I just signed up for Amazon affiliates and started listing ingredients in my older post this morning. After finding out from my mentor that as of April 1st it is now legal in Missouri to be apart of Amazon affiliates, I jumped on board. I definitely think that by sharing links of products you’ve used in a recipe and products you genuinely love is the most authentic thing you can do AND the most helpful thing you can do for your readers. This is your livelihood and what ever you set out to do, you will have infinite supporters. I’m so happy for you, Jessie! I cannot wait to see where this leads you and all of the creativity to flow out of this decision. Cheers to you and to this cheery spring ice cream! xx, Jess

    • Reply Faring Well April 13, 2017 at 12:04 pm

      Now way! That is amazing. I’m so happy for you! It really brings so much joy to share in this way (for me, and it seems for you too). Thank you for being such a stellar cheerleader, always, Jess. I heart you like a lot and cannot wait to see everything in store for you too <3.

  • Reply Courtney April 12, 2017 at 9:01 pm

    I can totally see where you are coming from. I’ve struggled so much with authenticity and my blog, often wondering if I should share what I am passionate about, or share what I think others might want. It always comes down to following what every fiber of your being is urging you to do. So Bravo to you dear lady not only for taking a stand to do what you love, but for including us in the journey along the way. Also, totally putting this ice cream on my to-do list for this weekend ;)

    • Reply Faring Well April 13, 2017 at 12:07 pm

      Oh thank you Courtney! I really appreciate your kind words and encouragement through this all, it is so wonderful to hear and I commend you on going with your gut in those instances as well. I’m also SO thrilled this ice cream is calling to you too, if you try it you’ll have to let me know what you think! xx

  • Reply Rosie April 13, 2017 at 12:30 am

    I have to say, I have never seen an icecream in a more stunning shade of yellow! Simply gorgeous

    • Reply Faring Well April 13, 2017 at 12:08 pm

      Eee I’m a sucker for all things sunshine-y too! Thank you Rosie :).

  • Reply Pia April 13, 2017 at 1:29 am

    You are so wonderful, Jessie. I mean, that’s nothing new, but this -your transparency, honesty, authenticity, selflessness and whatnot- just proves this once more and shows how amazing you are. I truly have so much respect for you and it makes me deeply happy that you are at this place within yourself, where you are able to allow yourself to follow your heart and do what FEELS right, even if doing so comes with uncertainty, fear, making changes, and the like. Inspirational? Heck yes! Always.
    That said, obviously, no one can know for sure how this new approach is going to go and where it’s going to lead you, but I have a feeling that everything is going to be fine. More than fine, in fact. Because, for some reason, I think this move is going to benefit you and this little space of yours greatly. So go you! And again, thank you for your transparency and love and light and everything in between.
    Hugs xx

    • Reply Faring Well April 13, 2017 at 12:10 pm

      I wish I could really describe how wonderful reading your note made me feel, so just know I am going you a really big hug right now and passing you an ice cream cone through the screen friend. I appreciate you! <3

  • Reply Emily Sell (@sweetandselly) April 13, 2017 at 2:33 am

    I absolutely love this. Thank you for your authenticity and self-awareness. So inspiring! I am genuinely excited for you and this new freeing chapter of FW.

    • Reply Faring Well April 13, 2017 at 12:11 pm

      Aw thank you Emily! That means so much, I really appreciate the love and encouragement girl. xx

  • Reply Sasha April 13, 2017 at 8:51 am

    Jessie,

    Thanks so much for being so open and honest and sharing your vision with us. Monetizing a blog is a constantly evolving thing in my experience and can lead to a lot of anxiety and doubt. Good for you for recognizing what you need to do to feel creatively free and fulfilled. I’m wishing you the best of luck with this new approach! XO
    Sasha

    P.S. This ice cream sounds perfect. Honestly, I’ve never made an ice cream with cashews and coconut milk…can’t wait to try it

    • Reply Faring Well April 13, 2017 at 12:12 pm

      Thank you so much Sasha! I really appreciate your sweet support, you are one of the good ones friend and I’m truly lucky to know you. And as for the ice cream, eee! I hope you try it and fall in love with the world of dairy free ice creams, they are magical. XO

  • Reply Sil April 13, 2017 at 10:42 am

    I love your blog, stories and your recipes, thank you for your inspiration! Thanks to you I’ve been adding different products to my pantry that I wouldn’t know how to use otherway. Just by reading your words one can tell you are a very beautiful human being full of love and I think some of us out there are looking also to make what we love without constraints and at the same time being true to oneself. Some blogs I enter to look for recipes every once in a while, others I sign up and follow in a continuous manner, yours it’s one of them, I will continue enjoying your recipes and helpful tips.
    Much love! <3

    • Reply Faring Well April 13, 2017 at 12:13 pm

      Sil! This was so dang sweet of you. Totally just making my day and feeling so humbled by the kindest you are showing me here. I really appreciate you and am grateful to be in a position to share and interact with you all in this space each week – it is one of the greatest gifts. So much love right back at you <3.

  • Reply Jenna A. April 13, 2017 at 1:28 pm

    More than anything your post is so genuine! I have found you to be an inspiring person to follow because you feel real and “approachable”. This post shows a unique level of self-awareness. Your desire not to sell out and lose sight of what matters to you is refreshing. Your understanding of what this requires, and your faith in knowing that being honest and open will end in you reaping the benefits of your work, is unusual in the world of today. Your success will never feel bittersweet at this rate. I appreciate your time and your efforts. Never give up!

    • Reply Faring Well April 17, 2017 at 1:08 pm

      Oh Jenna, where do I begin? Thank you for this immensely. I appreciate your sweet affirmations for what I am embarking on, and it really inspires me more than you know! Really appreciate you, thank you again, over and over. xx

  • Reply Talia Steif April 13, 2017 at 1:54 pm

    Just wanted to say that I really liked that you wrote about this topic. I am a personal chef and I follow a lot of food blogs and when people write sponsored posts, which is quite often, it does feel inauthentic and I always wonder if those people would be posting those recipes if it weren’t for the sponsorship. I really respect your decision to move away from sponsored posts and to move towards affiliate links. Your blog has always seemed to me to be such an honest and inviting space, and I know it will continue to be, even more so! You do you girl!

    • Reply Faring Well April 17, 2017 at 1:10 pm

      Aw thank you Talia! I know sponsorships really can be done so well, but I’m unfortunately not one of those people who thrive in that environment. It means the world to receive all of this love and support to do what “feels right”. I appreciate you and the time you gave to write this message, from the bottom of my heart – thank you!

  • Reply Edie April 13, 2017 at 3:08 pm

    Thank you, Jessie! In every blog post, you have such a profound way of relating, educating, and inspiring us readers to be our truest, most authentic selves. As a new blogger, I find this content VERY helpful. Thank you, thank you! I’m sure I’ll reach out in the future for tips + tricks. In the meantime, keep doing your thang. It’s wonderful

    • Reply Faring Well April 17, 2017 at 1:11 pm

      Thank you Edie! You are incredibly kind and I appreciate you leaving me this encouraging note! <3

  • Reply Amber April 13, 2017 at 7:44 pm

    Of all the blogs out there you are truly authentic. Your honesty and enthusiasm come through in all your posts. You are sincere and not judgemental. You haven’t fallen into the look at me trap that seems so obvious from a lot of other blogs. It takes a lot of guts to keep it real and this is exactly what makes someone successful, will keep people reading and trusting you and I will be checking out the products you love! . Sending you only good vibes. Maybe a book deal? 😉 Or an app? I would buy it. Love your blog. 💛

    • Reply Faring Well April 17, 2017 at 1:14 pm

      Oh my goodness Amber, my face is turning red. I wish I could accept these compliments more gracefully! It really is such a gift to be given to share and connect with you all through this space and on other platforms. I couldn’t be more grateful. So thank YOU for making it all so worth it <3. And a book and an app would be so fun ;) maybe in the future *wink wink*.

  • Reply Melo April 14, 2017 at 10:05 am

    I am SO looking forward to this! I would love to be able to help you out even a tiny bit, since you’ve been such a big inspiration for me on my transition to veganism.
    I also want to tell you, Jessie, I truly and profoundly admire you: your integrity is outstanding, and also a huge inspiration. Being a movie editor myself, I totally relate to the thought-process you’re sharing here, the drive to do what you want and need, and the need to make a living – how to, hopefully, combine the two, and at the very least not compromising your drive… I’m in the same kind of search for the moment, so you really struck a note here!
    I wish you all the best!

    • Reply Faring Well April 17, 2017 at 1:16 pm

      Aw Melo, this was just too incredibly sweet. Thank you for being so kind and encouraging. It honestly makes my day to hear that any little thing I’ve done here has contributed positively to your life in any way! Thank you for making my morning, and I wish you all the best too wonderful lady <3.

  • Reply Joy April 14, 2017 at 1:29 pm

    This feels so, so good to me. What inspiring words. Go forward with “you” and trust that it will be enough–and I think it will be!

    I look forward to the pantry tour and everything else you’ll post about because what usually feels right to you is what resonates with me. So glad I’m on this journey (life! food!) with you.

    • Reply Faring Well April 17, 2017 at 1:17 pm

      Aw that is just the coolest, Joy! I’m so glad to hear, and so glad to get to share more very soon. I love that this feels good to you too. Thank you for sharing and taking some time out of your week to hang with me here, lots of love <3.

  • Reply Lisa April 14, 2017 at 7:28 pm

    You have wonderful courage and strength! I always read your blog even when I can tell that a recipe may not be something I can make due to food allergies/sensitivities. I find your writing is always enlightening and enjoyable – thank you!

    • Reply Faring Well April 17, 2017 at 1:18 pm

      That means so much, Lisa, thank you! I appreciate you and your note here more than you know. xx

  • Reply Maia April 15, 2017 at 1:14 am

    This is such an incredible post – I’m inspired by your choice to have this site the way you want it. I also find sponsored posts quite boring, always saying the same things about the products, so I’m so happy I can enjoy your blog even more in the future! (Sadly as I don’t live in the US the links won’t be useful for me but it is such a great idea and setup 😊). Please comtinue being this awesome and following your path!
    I think I’ll go make some ice cream now 😛

    • Reply Faring Well April 17, 2017 at 1:18 pm

      I’m so grateful for your positivity and encouragement! Thank you tons Maia, I hope you got to enjoy some ice cream too ;).

  • Reply Erin April 16, 2017 at 9:53 am

    So happy to hear you are going with your heart and being unafraid of failure. Do you have any way to donate to the blog? I really appreciate and would love to support your ability to keep sharing content, but I rarely use affiliate links.

    • Reply Faring Well April 17, 2017 at 1:20 pm

      You are so kind to ask Erin, goodness. Maybe I’ll consider it once I make the switch fully <3. Thank you for being so kind and generous! I'm floored and flattered. xx

  • Reply Jana April 17, 2017 at 11:27 am

    Sounds like an exciting adventure that lies ahead. I love your authenticity and willingness to share, teach, learn and grow together. All the best for the future!! Ps. I’ll definitely have to try this ice-cream, because it looks DELICIOUS.

    • Reply Faring Well April 17, 2017 at 1:21 pm

      Thank you tons and tons Jana! You’re sweet and uplifting message made me smile, now go enjoy some ice cream! <3

  • Reply Emily | Gather & Dine April 18, 2017 at 8:17 pm

    What a thoughtful and heartfelt post, sweet friend. You’ve articulated some of the struggles of blogging and sponsorships so well, and I share some of the same sentiments. For myself, the line between blogging being a hobby and a job is becoming less distinct, and I find myself pulling back a bit more so that it remains a hobby. I no longer have guilt when I miss days on IG or pinterest, and I love that. Authenticity and sincerity are so important, and it’s great when you can promote brands that you’ve had a history with. You are full of courage, Jessie, and I think all of your readers will appreciate your transparency and genuine heart.

    • Reply Faring Well April 19, 2017 at 11:11 am

      Thank you incredibly much Emily, I really appreciate your uplifting words here on all that I shared. And I’m so happy to hear you pull back when you feel the need to, and keep the spirit and joy alive! Thank you for your always sweet and positive presence here <3 as well as in your space, one that I LOVE to visit :).

  • Reply Kim April 20, 2017 at 3:36 pm

    Hi Jessie,
    I’ve been following your work for a while (love your posts, recipes and photography), and I can’t tell you how much I loved this post! I clicked because the ice cream had the word saffron in the title and since we’re living in Spain and are obsessed with those magical little threads I just couldn’t resist! But then I find the second part of the post on your vision for the blog and as a fellow blogger I can completely relate to what you’re going through. It’s so empowering to see others put creativity and the integrity of their work first. I think that’s amazing and so nice of you to share this so openly. I wish you all the best in this new part of your creative life. And of course I NEED to make this ice cream! Thank you for all the work that you do. :)

    • Reply Faring Well April 21, 2017 at 1:34 pm

      Aw Kim! This is so neat. I’m smiling so big while reading this and really touched by your response here, thank you for taking the time to share it with me. Wishing I could enjoy a scoop of this ice cream in Spain with you!

  • Reply Caras Kitchen April 25, 2017 at 9:15 pm

    I am really excited to see what you create in the coming weeks in terms of the new pages. Also, I super appreciate you being straight up with us about the process and sharing a little behind the scenes of blogging as a business. You will continue to thrive. I know it! I recently removed all ads from my site and shifted to affiliate links too. and obviously this ice cream looks delicious- I really think i need an ice cream maker- I’ll wait for your products page to go live before buying one :) xox

    • Reply Faring Well April 26, 2017 at 3:10 pm

      You are TOO sweet, thank you Cara. I appreciate your positivity and selfless support, it means so much over here. And I actually link to my ice cream bowl attachment in the recipe instructions here if you are looking to pick one up soon :) its been a favorite of mine for years! XO

  • Reply Juanita Barrientos May 7, 2017 at 9:23 pm

    Thank you for your beautiful honesty. You’re a gem – I wish you much success!
    Oh and this ice cream. Need to get around to this!

    • Reply Faring Well May 14, 2017 at 3:54 pm

      Juanita, thank you, this was so incredibly kind of you to write me! I hope you make and love the ice cream too <3.

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