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Table of Contents:
- Does it cost less to make your own pasta?
- Is ice cream cheaper to make at home?
- Does homemade ice cream taste better?
- What can I add to ice cream to keep it soft?
- What's the favorite flavor of ice cream?
Does it cost less to make your own pasta?
Making your own pasta noodles may not be much cheaper than buying them, but the end product can be tastier and (since you control the ingredients) more nutritious.
Is ice cream cheaper to make at home?
Ice cream machine just takes up space in your cabinet and freezer. Use the money you would have spent on the machine for high quality ingredients instead. Premium ice cream is cheaper to make yourself. Regular ice cream is cheaper to buy.
Does homemade ice cream taste better?
It's all about the flavor. Homemade ice cream, without artificial ingredients, fake thickeners, or weird stabilizers to keep it "fresh" for weeks (or months!) in the grocery store freezer, is amazingly flavorful and actually fresh tasting. It's true.
What can I add to ice cream to keep it soft?
Sugar, corn syrup or honey, as well as gelatin and commercial stabilizers, can all keep your ice cream at a softer consistency. Ice cream also stays softer when you store it in a shallow container, rather than a deep tub, and cover the surface of the ice cream with plastic wrap to keep ice crystals from forming.
What's the favorite flavor of ice cream?
The top pick among US adults is a classic: chocolate ice cream. Close to one in five (17%) Americans say this is their favorite flavor. Vanilla (15%) is also a popular choice, coming in ahead of strawberry (8%), mint chocolate chip (8%), butter pecan (8%), chocolate chip cookie dough (6%), and cookies n crème (6%).
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