It even sounds nicer than ice-cream doesn’t it.  Draw out that second syllable like a long adoring lick of this delectable diet-buster.

Wikipedia proclaims that gelato is the Italian word for ice-cream.  NO!!!!! It’s not the same at all.  Gelato is churned more slowly, introducing less air into the product and therefore producing a more dense (and therefore flavoursome) result.  There’s less fat in gelato too (there’s a bonus).

But don’t worry too much about the process, just enjoy the output.



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