I, as most people, love ice cream. In Sweden there's some different brands of non-dairy ice cream available in most super markets, and even though it's not exceptionally good, it's ice cream. Up here on the Faroe Islands, it's a bit harder. Over all, I think there's also a lot less dairy ice cream than in Sweden. And non-dairy is RARE. To say that it's non existent would be a lie, but it's not very easy to get hold of. There is one supermarket that have Italian rice ice cream in cones but they are ridiculously expensive, so I would never be able to let go and buy it. The same store sometimes have the soy-based ice cream that is the most common one in Sweden. I've seen it twice, but the thing is that the supermarket is more than 1 hour away from our home, so it's not always that convenient to buy from there. And the times it would have been, it wasn't in stock.
Today we went to a nearby village to take a walk there, and realized that they had the same supermarket as the one previously mentioned, but a bit smaller. And in there, we found both dried figs on sale and soy ice cream!
So we went home, and I made ice cream cones in the wafer iron. I've never had home made ice cream cones before, but let me tell you, they were even better than the ice cream.