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Pierre Dukan’s dietary and nutritional dictionary
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The cold solidifies and gives consistency to some liquid mixtures, which allows you to eat these foods instead of drinking.
I - Origin
The Arabs and Romans have different stories regarding the origins of ice cream as we know it. If the heat plaguing their peninsula advocates Arabic invention, texts prove that the Romans used snow from Etna and added honey and fruit to make a frozen treat.
II – Varieties of Ice Cream
There are 5 different types:
1. Frozen custard
This ice cream is made with 7% egg yolk, 22% sugar as well as flavoured milk.
2. Ice cream
This type of ice cream incorporates the same components but without eggs. It is more caloric, 185 calories, and rich in calcium with 144 mg
3. Ice milk (Ice cream flavoured with syrup)
Much sweeter with at least 25% sugar but with less fat. It is actually flavoured milk. It is among the least rich of ice creams: 110 calories for 100g.
4. American ice creams such as Häagen Dazs
These are frozen custards but cream has replaced the milk. In turn, fat and calories are much higher with 200 calories per 100 g. They often include chocolate chips and are served in cones sprinkled with toffee pieces or morsels of hazelnuts. These are the richest and most tempting of ice creams at 200 to 250 calories per 100 g.
5. Frozen specialties
These include the various frozen desserts which are commonly used for Christmas logs and other specialties such as the Bavarian and Vacherin. These treats are rich in calories, between 200 and 240 per 100g.
6. Light ice creams
There are two ways to make light ice creams.
III – Dietary and Nutritional Value
1. Ice creams are still very high in sugar which makes them off limits to those who are overweight and those following a weight-loss programme as well as diabetics who need to choose lighter and sugar-free options.
Ice cream can even complement an unbalanced meal. An ice cream rich in fruit can balance a meal full of proteins and fat. Frozen custard can balance a meal lacking in proteins as long as the meal also contains fruits and vegetables.