We all scream for ice cream … But have you ever stopped to wonder how it actually works? We get the science scoop on this summer staple. Ice cream seems like a simple concept: take cream or milk and make it cold enough to freeze. But in reality this frozen treat we know and love … Continue reading Cold and creamy chemistry
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