Saturday, October 10, 2015

Fact of the Day: Ice Cream Milk

Before the 10th century, all things considered "ice cream" contained no milk. 

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  2. I actually like the milk-free version of ice cream they have at the store. I don't tolerate dairy well, and buy it on occasion. My kids don't read the packaging and can't tell the difference when I serve it to them.

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    1. Hmmm!!
      Theresa - you don't read either - 10th Century????
      B J Hunnicut.

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  3. 10th Century??? Ice cream????
    US Military canteen - well that wasn't around in the 10th Century.

    Oh and regard Aussie signs - they are meant to be scary. Only fools
    enter where there has been mines put down and where blasting is taking
    place.
    Cheers
    B J Hunnicut aka Colin
    PS: The deleted above had two typo mistakes!

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  4. I still prefer the milkless ones :)

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  5. Looks like in Ukraine all ice creams without milk. The last time when I ate good ice cream was maybe when I was 12, after that time all ice cream became really bad.

    http://anna-alina.blogspot.com/

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  6. Goodness. Will look that up to see if I can find out...

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  7. Wow, they had ice cream in the 10th century? lol dairy is blah anyway

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  8. Dairy free is the big thing these days

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  9. There are all kinds of interesting ways to make ice cream.

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  10. I knew there was crushed ice added to things, but i didn't know there was any form of ice cream before the 10th century.

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  11. I like the kind made with milk and have some just about EVERY evening for my snack. : )

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  12. Very interesting. One of my nieces who is a vegan would like this fact.

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  13. I never use cow juice for homemade ice cream. Yuck.

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