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Did you attend a Wheeler’s Ice Cream (Plus Baked Goods!) Tasting event?

Wheeler’s Black Label Vegan Ice Cream recently threw a bunch of tastings in the northeast, pairing their ice cream with delicious baked goods (NYC, Boston, and New Jersey, with baked yummies on offer from My Sweet Vegan author Hannah Kaminsky, Concious Kitchen, and Sweet Avenue Bakeshop, respectively). Sadly, we missed the boat on covering the Brooklyn event. The more responsible The Daily Free Press reported on last night’s Boston tasting.

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    I had the pleasure of attending both events! Wheelers paired w/ Sweet Avenue Bakeshop and My Sweet Vegan=an amazing weekend :)
    Further reading about the tastings can be found on Candy Penny.

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    I will never buy anything from these creeps and I encourage you to refrain as well. They parked their van in the middle of Dartmouth street in Boston at rush hour yesterday to make a delivery, freezing traffic for several blocks so their driver wouldn’t be inconvenienced. When I called the store to ask that they not do this, “Emily” hung up on me. When I called back, “Emily” refused to give me the owner’s contact info. If you want to support a business that doesn’t give a crap about other people, Wheeler’s Ice Cream is for you. Else, you should take your business someplace else.