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I did not know this. I seriously did not know this.

I love ice cream. A lot. If I can just settle down with a tub of ice cream and not gain any weight, I will be a happy, happy camper. As a matter of fact, I once learned how to make ice cream – the problem was, it was for chemistry class, and I treated it like I would treat any class I have – threw the recipe away when class was done.

Now I wish I didn’t.

Luckily, while searching for the perfect way to make tea on Videojug (and I found some not so perfect methods, refer to my tweet), I stumbled upon the following video, which promptly enabled my jaw to drop down in awe. I was going “What the fuck?” for several minutes after watching this, and to think this was just a backyard experiment for kids, and I didn’t know. What the hell was I learning back then??

Anyway, I did some research, and apparently, this trick DOES work! I can’t wait to try it out on my own, albeit I’m sure the process will be rather messy. That’s a helluva lot of ice cubes.

Anyway, to the video! I present to you ladies and gents, the amazing five-minute way to make ice cream! There is no audio, but don't worry - you don't need it.

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  1. old post, new comment.

    I can eat a tub of ice cream and not gain weight. :D I can get sick, but not gain weight. :D

    Ice cream is love.

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  2. for now. wait 'til you're into your thirties, and your metabolism starts slowing down. then you shall see.

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