Do you like icecream?

@lihuajing (2054)
China
October 16, 2006 11:57am CST
I love it! Chocolate icecream is my fav.! what about you?
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33 responses
@bigedshult1 (1613)
• United States
24 Oct 06
maple nut
@lihuajing (2054)
• China
26 Oct 06
Thanks for reply!
@colstud (153)
• India
23 Oct 06
no
@lihuajing (2054)
• China
24 Oct 06
Thanks for reply!
21 Oct 06
I loooooove ice cream especially pistachio and raspberry ice cream - they are the best. I dont mind chocolate but its definitely not my favourite. Vanilla is nice too and I am also a fan of ice cream sundaes. yum!
@lihuajing (2054)
• China
26 Oct 06
Thanks for reply!
@jebincet (614)
• India
19 Oct 06
of course
@lihuajing (2054)
• China
23 Oct 06
Thanks for reply!
• India
19 Oct 06
ya i love it
@lihuajing (2054)
• China
19 Oct 06
Thanks for reply!
@majorsree (575)
• India
18 Oct 06
Ice Cream Skip to: Varieties Buying and storing Availability Preparation tips Nutritional highlights The favorite ice-cream flavors in the United States are still the great old standbys—vanilla and chocolate. Skip to: Varieties Buying and storing Availability Preparation tips Nutritional highlights Some think Marco Polo, the 13th-century traveler, brought the first recipe for ice cream to the West from Asia. Others believe ice cream was devised by the Roman emperor Nero, who had runners bring in mountain snow to be mixed with fresh fruit and honey. In the rural America of a hundred years ago, ice cream was a rare treat, made with real cream in small batches in a churn with ice and salt. Ice cream has been a favorite of kings and presidents (including Charles I of England and George Washington). The first ice-cream parlor in the United States opened in New York in 1776, and the first commercial plant opened in Baltimore in 1851. In 1904, the waffle ice-cream cone was introduced at the St. Louis World’s Fair when a waffle concessionaire began rolling his waffles into cone shapes for the ice-cream vendor in the adjoining booth. Varieties Although an ever-changing menu of ice-cream flavors and products tempts us these days, the top five flavors in the United States in 1999 were still the great old familiar ones vanilla, chocolate, Neapolitan (the famous vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry combination), cookies and cream, and butter pecan. Ice cream is now produced around the world in dozens of flavors, and in low-sugar, low-fat, and fat-free varieties. Buying and storing tips When buying ice cream at the grocery store, make it one of your last purchases so it won’t have time to melt before you get home. Pack it with other frozen foods, ask for a freezer bag, or pack it near other chilled foods to keep them cold as well. Until a container of ice cream is opened, it can be stored for about 2 months in the freezer at 0°F (32°C). It can be kept longer at –15°F (–26°C), but most home freezers don’t maintain this low a temperature. To partially soften ice cream to make it easier to serve, the container can be placed in the refrigerator for about 15 minutes; serve the desired portion, then return it to the freezer. After they are fully thawed, ice-cream products should not be refrozen. Availability Ice cream is available in food stores of all kinds everywhere. Handy electric appliances now make it easy to make ice cream at home, too. Preparation, uses, and tips Ice cream is enjoyed just as it is. It can also be used to make milk shakes, sodas, sundaes, floats, and other classic soda-fountain combinations. Scoops of ice cream still make an attractive dessert. It can be paired with fresh fruit or nuts, or with French or Italian desserts for a sophisticated presentation. If you have a hard time resisting ice cream, it’s probably best to purchase this rich dessert in small portions. Nutritional Highlights Ice cream (chocolate, whole-milk), 1/2 cup (66g) Calories: 142 Protein: 2.5g Carbohydrate: 18.6g Total Fat: 7.2g Fiber: 0.0g -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Copyright © 2005 Healthnotes, Inc. All rights reserved. www.healthnotes.com Learn more about Healthnotes, the company. Learn more about the authors of Foodnotes. The information presented in Foodnotes is for informational purposes only and was created by a team of U.S. registered dietitians and food experts. Consult your doctor, practitioner, and/or pharmacist for any health problem and before using any supplements, making dietary changes, or before making any changes in prescribed medications. Information expires September 2006. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Back to top About PCC | Jobs | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Site Map Copyright © 2001-2006 PCC Natural Markets. All rights reserved.
@lihuajing (2054)
• China
18 Oct 06
Thanks for reply!
@kesav010 (1685)
• India
16 Oct 06
chocolate here 2..
@lihuajing (2054)
• China
18 Oct 06
Thanks for reply!
@terriann (4457)
• United States
16 Oct 06
i love chocolate icecream.
@asiregar (866)
• Jakarta, Indonesia
19 Oct 06
i like chocolate ice cream very much
@stailgate (2363)
• United States
21 Dec 06
I love ice cream!! My favorite is Moose tracks.
• India
24 Oct 06
I prefer vanilla
• United States
24 Oct 06
is
@orionsmomma (1079)
• United States
24 Oct 06
yes
• United States
21 Oct 06
Love butershcotch ice creme with chocolate chunks with chocolate mousse topped on it
• United States
21 Oct 06
I LOVE ICE CREAM ITS DELICIOUS
@nickel1191 (2792)
• India
21 Oct 06
yeah i love ice cream......i love chocolate fudge...yummy!!!!!
@sairashab (127)
• United States
21 Oct 06
i luv it .. esp in winter :)
• India
21 Oct 06
I love icecream in any form and colorsimply delicious
@i_create (268)
• India
19 Oct 06
CHOCOLATE ICED... WOW...
• Kuwait
19 Oct 06
yes ice cream is like vitamins for me, it makes me get going and going and going,,
@nanhegujral (4634)
• India
19 Oct 06
hey i too love to have icecream, black forest and vanila are my favourite.