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    Make Mine Gelato!

    JoyfulCook
    Sat Feb 09, 2013 12:54 am
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    It is said that the Chinese taught Arab traders how to combine syrups and snow, which translates into an early version of the sorbetto. Arab traders then showed Venetians and Romans how to make this new found frozen delicacy.



    Gelato in Italian literally means "frozen", but it basically used to indicate the Italian type of ice cream. One of the basic differences between Gelato and the ice cream we know of in the United States is that it doesn’t contain as much air, and is therefore more intense in flavor. In part, Gelato is healthier than American-style ice cream since it is made with all natural ingredients and contains fewer calories and less butter fat.



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    Do you make your own Gelato? if you do what are your favorite recipes?
    Dee514
    Thu Feb 14, 2013 12:16 am
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