Like No Udder, Providence

Like No Udder, Providence

On a visit to Providence in early June 2016, I devoted a couple of days to exploring some of the city’s vegan eats.  Like No Udder was a highlight of the food adventure, beginning with stopping by their ice cream truck at the PVD Fest and meeting the wonderful Karen for the first time to, a couple days later, visiting their brick and mortar location on leafy, relaxed Ives Street .  I thought it was auspicious that when I walked in a Steely Dan song was playing and in addition to having a lot of fun photographing the ice cream and shop owner Karen doing her thing, I also thoroughly enjoyed a social, relaxing and invigorating time there with a steady buzz of satisfied and cheerful clientele on a beautiful Monday afternoon. This was my last stop on my Providence vegan food tour and it was the loveliest culinary endnote that I could ask for.  Like No Udder’s ice creams are offered in two different bases, coconut and cashew, and are simply delicious. 

I wrote an article based on my vegan food experiences on this trip that was published in The Providence Journal in early July 2016.

View the article here: A tasting tour of Providence’s vegan food scene

A Q & A with founder and shop owner Karen will appear in the Sept/Oct 2016 issue of Vegan Health & Fitness magazine











Tart Coconut Strawberry  (Coconut Base)

Almond Joyful -Toasted Almond & Toasted Coconut (Coconut Base)

Mint Chip (Cashew Base)






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