Ice Cream Is Not So Simple!
Milk, sugar, cream, maybe some strawberries. What could be simpler? The most important ingredient in ice cream is milk fat. Milk fat is one of the most complex natural oils. It contains a mixture of fats composed of around 150 fatty acids. The blend of fats is what makes ice cream so rich and satisfying, not to mention a prime source of weight gain. There’s even a Federal law that for a substance to be called ice cream its fat has to come from milk.


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