Rice Dream Rice Nog, 32 oz. Aseptic Package

Enjoy a lactose- and dairy-free lifestyle that includes delicious, premium Rice Nog by Rice Dream. This non-dairy take on the traditional holiday favorite will prove to be a welcome addition to your gatherings this season. Its rich consistency and refreshing flavor also makes it a great non-dairy alternative for your favorite festive recipes. Try it with fruit or other ingredients to create a healthy holiday smoothie. Be creative and enjoy! No gluten or soy; low in sodium. 32 fl. oz. Ingredients: Partially milled rice, filtered water, evaporated cane juice, expeller pressed high oleic safflower oil and/or sunflower oil and/or canola oil, microcrystalline cellulose and sodium alginate, vegan natural flavors, gellan gum, sea salt, spices, carrageenan, annatto (for color). Nutritional Information: Serving Size: 1/2 cup Servings per Container: about 8 Calories: 80 Carbohydrates: 16g Total Fat: 1g Saturated Fat: 0g Trans Fat: 0g Polyunsaturated Fat: 0g Monounsaturated Fat: 1g Sodium: 35mg Sugars: 11g Protein: <1g

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Just Say ‘Nog’!

I’m not a big Christmas guy. If I find myself sitting on the knee of some fat bearded guy at the mall, telling him what I wish for most and whether I’ve been a naughty boy, then I’ve got a whole world of problems I really don’t want to think about.

Still, ’tis the season. So at my wife’s insistence, I’m making an effort to find the “Christmas spirit” this year. Where by “find”, of course I mean “buy”.

I agreed — against my better judgement — to sit down and have a holiday cup of eggnog with the family. That was before I remembered that Aunt Jackie is hardcore Hollywood vegan — she won’t eat anything that’s ever had a line in an film. She lost fifteen pounds after Veggie Tales came out. I’m talking Hard. CORE.

So I ended up buying this ‘rice nog’ instead. Which tastes just about you might think a recipe calling for eggs would taste, if you made it with rice instead. Ever try a rice omelet? Rices Benedict? Long grain over easy? Even Aunt Jackie wouldn’t drink it — and she thinks tofurkey is the caviar of veganarianist cuisine. Boy, was there rice on MY face after that.

MadelynRepublic, MO