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(Telegraph)   Italy considering outlawing fluffers   (telegraph.co.uk) divider line
    More: Giggity, Ice cream, Gelato, ice cream sellers, Senate, Sorbet, honour of its world-renowned gelato, ice cream producers, Artisan  
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2021-04-22 8:46:37 PM  
Sell it by weight, not volume. There, non problem solved.

Next world issue please? Hurry up, I'm punching out in 10 minutes...
 
2021-04-22 9:16:58 PM  
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...from my cold dead fat hands.
 
2021-04-22 9:48:33 PM  

Percise1: Sell it by weight, not volume. There, non problem solved.

Next world issue please? Hurry up, I'm punching out in 10 minutes...


Convert to moles, please.
/my chem teacher was a farking hard ass
 
2021-04-22 9:49:00 PM  
"Gelato" is an Italian word meaning "does not quite reach the standards necessary to call it 'Ice Cream'", right?
 
2021-04-22 10:32:06 PM  

Epicanis: "Gelato" is an Italian word meaning "does not quite reach the standards necessary to call it 'Ice Cream'", right?


No. Get it at the right place, and you will experience the best ice cream in the world.
 
2021-04-22 11:33:37 PM  
For the Italian culinary underground, this is the cookbook where I first learned of fluffers: Rush Limbaugh Is a Big Fat Idiot and Other Observations by Al Franken.
 
2021-04-23 1:21:53 AM  
I remember being surprised when I first learned about "overrun", the industry term for the amount of air incorporated into ice cream.  US standards allow up to 100% overrun in ice cream.  That mean 1 gallon of liquid can yield up to 2 gallons of ice cream.
 
2021-04-23 7:28:06 PM  

Gough: I remember being surprised when I first learned about "overrun", the industry term for the amount of air incorporated into ice cream.  US standards allow up to 100% overrun in ice cream.  That mean 1 gallon of liquid can yield up to 2 gallons of ice cream.


"ice cream".  And that's when I started paying attention to the weight of their pints.

/Good gelato is amazing
//pistachio e fior di latte
 
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