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History of Gelato | Print |  E-mail
Written by Larry Aiello   
Saturday, 23 July 2011 13:12

Temperatures in Italy can get very hot in the summer, sometimes topping 37 degrees Celsius (100 Fahrenheit).  A great way to cool off from the summer heat in Italy is to grab a gelato... It is a frozen dessert similar to ice cream.  Find out more about the history of gelato!


 

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0 #2 Timothy 2011-10-22 14:38
Gelato is really not equivalent to the normal ice cream served everywhere. And for people who got the advantage of tasting the real one, it would be easy to spot those fakes deceiving us to take theirs as real Gelato.

Good thing that here in New Zealand an importer is currently selling real Gelato direct from Italy.
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0 #1 Johnson Cool 2011-10-09 11:24
Nothing is more refreshing than a serving of delectable Gelato in the middle of the summer sun.

There is a company here in my country which started to introduce their own version of Gelato but I already tasted one in Italy and there is a big difference.
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