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If you like ice cream youll love the Gelato Recipes from " Authentic Gelato Recipes"

Gelato is the Italian word for ice cream. Italians use the word gelato to mean a sweet treat that is served frozen. Gelato is made with milk, cream, various sugars, and flavoring such as fresh fruit and nut purees.

It is correct to say that most gelato is different from the traditional recipe of ice cream because it is lighter having lower butterfat content than traditional, factory made ice cream. The homemade Gelato typically contains 48% butterfat, versus 14% for ice cream in the United States

Unlike most commercial ice creams in the world, from a process point of view, the home made gelato is frozen very quickly in individual small batches while the conventional factory made ice cream is frozen with a continuous assembly line freezer. This is the main difference between conventional ice cream and the homemade one, called gelato.

If you want to make authentic gelatos right in your own kitchen, gelatos with that Old Country taste, then get the "Authentic Gelato Recipes" book today.

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