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Battleaxe July 10th, 2013 7:42pm

Do you consider a pint of Ben and Jerry's a single serving?

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smacc DunningKruger
07/10/13 10:46 pm

This is sad. Yes!! It's like crack!

rockrose paradise
07/10/13 7:55 pm

Shouldn't but I kinda do ;)

TopsQueen Oregon Coast
07/10/13 4:16 pm

Read the label. One half a cup of ice cream is a serving.

maxwell1 North Carolina
07/10/13 3:55 pm

I consider a gallon a single serving...

elianastar FreeSpeech
07/10/13 3:43 pm

If I were to support Ben & Jerry's political agendas by purchasing their products (not), a pint of ice cream = 2 servings for me, of any brand.

elianastar FreeSpeech
07/10/13 3:45 pm

Cuz my husband eats the rest before I can finish container. Actually, more often, it is a "single serving" cuz when I come back for more, it has usually "disappeared" & no one has any idea where it went. ;-)

susanr Colorado
07/10/13 8:03 pm

It's now Unilever's political agenda. They bought B&J 13 years ago.

elianastar FreeSpeech
07/11/13 2:51 am

Too hard to find GF flavor's I like in B&G anyway; prefer Breyer's. :-)

Battleaxe Bellinghammered
07/10/13 2:43 pm

I've rarely stopped short of finishing in 1 sitting.

07/10/13 1:58 pm

Multiple serving. I am not an ice cream binger. I prefer cake :-)

skschroen always at school
07/10/13 1:50 pm

Jesus christ that would be a lot to eat in one sitting. A pint is like 4 servings

kelsey498 Colorado
07/10/13 1:07 pm

I can't eat that much ice cream in one sitting. I usually eat that size in 3 or 4 servings.

AnnaRose Texas
07/10/13 1:00 pm

Depends on what mood you're in. If it's a movie ice cream sleepover (sounds so stereotypical I know) to help a friend after a breakup or something else of course it's a single-serving!

susanr Colorado
07/10/13 12:57 pm

Two LARGE servings (no one really needs more than a cup of very rich ice cream at a time), and more reasonably, four.

aurealis the sky
07/10/13 12:54 pm

Sometimes it ends up being a single serving xD