Gelato is the Italian word for "ice cream", derived from the Latin word gelātus (
meaning "frozen"). In English this word commonly refers to varieties of ice cream
Jun 30, 2015 ... No, gelato and ice cream aren't the same thing. Here are a few key differences.
Jul 31, 2012 ... Ice Cream vs. Gelato. 20150424-ample-hills-coffee-ice-cream-robyn-lee-. Coffee
ice cream at Ample Hills Creamery, NYC. Rich and creamy ...
And maybe you assumed that the only reason it seemed richer and more intensely flavored than American ice cream
back home was because you were enjoying it on the foot of the Spanish Steps in Rome, rather than on your couch back home.
But don't expect to be able to get ... More »
Gelato is often mistakenly defined as the Italian word for ice cream. ... Nutrition
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Jul 14, 2014 ... Or is gelato just a fancier name for regular ole' ice cream? ... Ice cream is a frozen
dairy dessert made of milk, cream, sugar, and (typically) egg ...
Jun 16, 2015 ... Higher butterfat content makes ice cream thick and heavy, which is why you can
get a nice, round, firm scoop of ice cream, shown at left. Gelato ...
Gelato has long been known as Italian ice cream, but what you may not know is
there are actually many differences between the two...
GELATO = less fat + no air added = rich cremier taste. Premium ice creams are
made with fresh cream (not condensed or powdered milk), real eggs, and natural