What did they do that ice cream doesn’t melt in baking hot sun?

June 25, 2024 by Joshua
in Addiction, Nature

I admit since I haven’t had ice cream in five or ten years, I’m no expert on it, but I see a lot of ice cream disposable cups left on the street, plus dropped cones like the one pictured below. It was a hot day. I’d say hot enough to melt butter.

Yet, I don’t know if you can tell, but the ice cream partly melted but mostly retains near solidity.

What do they put in the ice cream to make it stay solid in baking hot sun? How do people keep consuming doof?

I mean, I know the answer. It’s designed to addict and they’re addicted. It reminds me of a video where a chef shows school children how chicken nuggets are made. He combines what look like disgusting parts of chickens, plus probably other stabilizers and industrial ingredients. Each step disgusts the kids, but when he presents the finished product that resemble McDonald’s stuff, they like it.

Anyway, I see a lot of discarded ice cream cups half-filled with what’s supposed to be ice cream but must not be because cream doesn’t remain solid in baking hot sunlight. I’ve meant to post about it with many pictures. I’ll start with this one and add more as I see them.

In the meantime, I hope you’ll consider finding this stuff as disgusting as I do. Not for it being dairy, though many may find eating from another species’ mammary gland so, but for the corporate profiteering on your health, presenting doof as food.

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