10 Facts about Gelato and 10 Mouth-Watering Pictures



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10 Facts about Gelato and 10 Mouth-Watering Pictures

  • Gelato was invented in 16th century by Bernardo Buontalenti from Florence.

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  • Gelato is an Italian word which means to freeze or frozen.

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  • Gelato is made of sugar, fruit, milk, and cream.

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  • One thing that makes gelato different from ice cream is that it has less air churned into it. This results in a creamier taste/consistency.

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  • The plural version of gelato is gelati. “Eh – five gelati, my friend! Grazie!”

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  • In the U.S., there is a standard definition from the Food and Drug Administration for ice cream, but not for gelato.

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  • Gelato is consider by some as healthier than ice cream due to its natural ingredients and it has less fat.

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  • Gelato is also made a little warmer than the ice cream — by about 10-15 degrees.

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  • Gelato contains a fair amount of Vitamin A, Vitamin B2, calcium, and phosphorous … if you’re looking for an excuse.

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  • 4 ounces of gelato (half a cup) will typically have 7 grams of fat, 19 carbohydrates, and 143 calories.

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