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Ice cream

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thames thames

on 16 February 2015

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Transcript of Ice cream

Ice cream
Ice cream is a frozen dairy confection, usually consumed as a snack or dessert. The earliest precursors of ice cream were around as early as 400 BC in Persia, and frozen desserts were developed in tandem by many different people all over the world. However, the sweet mixture of milk, cream and egg that we are familiar with today didn't become popular and widespread until the 17th century.Or
18th century
the color of it.
Ice cream can be lost of colors. Because the fevers have lots of color in them. So it can have Rainbow colors.
How do you make it?
ice cream things.
Who made ice cream?
were was ice cream made?
What was Ice cream made from?
Ice cream was made with lots of mixture of sorts of ice cream. Like milk,eggs,sugar and banana and lots
of others.

Ice cream
Stir sugar, cream, and milk into a saucepan over low heat until sugar has dissolved. ...
Transfer cream mixture to a pourable container such as a large measuring cup. ...
Pour cold ice cream mix into an ice cream maker, turn on the machine, and churn according to manufacturer's directions, 20 to 25 minutes.
Food historians tell us the history of ice cream begins with ancient flavored ices. The Chinese are generally credited for creating the first ice creams, possibly as early as 3000 BC. Marco Polo is popularly cited for introducing these tasty concoctions to Italy.
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