Ice Cream in the Twenty-First Century

Ice Cream in the Twenty-First Century:

Ice cream has now come full circle. Most of it is extremely cheap and for this reason it has lost its sexiness. Low-fat dieticians have decried it as the frozen  grease that clogs our veins. Ice cream has become for many the moral opposite of or a raw carrot However, people gorge on ice cream that they feel is safer, which has not only lost its cream, but instead is made entirely of  products, euphemisms for ingredients that never passed through a cow. It might be far more healthful to eat real ice cream in moderation and enjoy a long walk afterwards. This seems to be the rallying cry of the Slow Food Movement and other present-day culinary groups dedicated to revitalizing ice cream, and to restoring its flavor and cultural significance.


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