How Ice Cream Is Made

The hand crank ice cream maker or freezer was invented in 1846 by Nancy Johnson. In 1848 a similar ice cream freezer, the Johnson Patent Ice-Cream Freezer was patented. By 1850 ice cream had become a popular treat. It wasn’t until 1851 that Jacob Fussell’s Baltimore Company began to manufacture and market ice cream commercially. At some point in time someone figured out that using salt mixed with the ice would lower the temperature of the ingredients and that the wooden freezer bucket and paddles would open the way for…

Faking Away Sweets in Sugar

When one speaks of sugar, first thing in mind is the advantage of having a sweet taste of food. It is difficult to find someone who does not like a taste of it, one time or another in a person’s life. It maybe, he refuses intake of it at present for health reasons but in the past he admits, had the joy of eating many kinds of sweet foods. Children like candies because it is associated with something tasty-sweet. In the earlier days of our grandparents, when people know nothing…

Your Hidden Food Allergy or Allergies are Making You Fat

Your Hidden Food Allergy or Allergies are Making You Fat Was there an instance when you ate something like an ice cream, cake, cheese, or a piece of fruit and you felt even hungrier? Have you experienced any food urges wherein you can’t satisfy such cravings except eating the same food? If your answer to the questions above is ‘yes’, then you have food allergies and you’re probably fat by now. Food allergy can make you fat, and that is already a proven fact. Allergic people crave for foods that…

Dark Chocolate: The Miracle Ingredients of Belgian Chocolates

Everybody loves chocolates. But because it is usually sweet, some people are banned from eating such delicious treats due to some diseases. In this way, they totally give up eating chocolates. However, most people are unaware of the health benefits provided by eating chocolates. The scientific name of chocolate is thebroma cacao. When literally translated, it means “food of the gods”. Chocolate are composed of vitamins A, C, B1, E, and E, fluorine, iron, sodium, and potassium. For the past centuries, chocolates are used for treating diseases and problems including…

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