>Buy Walmart brand ice cream sandwiches.
>Leave ice cream in the sun in the middle of summer. (80+ Fahrenheit)
>Ice cream doesn't melt.
>Still solid, but shows signs of condensation.
I'd like to remind you that you are on the scientific board, so please refer to scientific measurements.
To answer your question, the error lies most probably here
it most probably isn't ice cream (and most probably it is unhealthier than ordinary ice cream).
Please carry your murrican issues somewhere else next time. Thanks.
Fat Free Ice Cream: Fat Free Milk, Sorbitol, Polydextrose, Maltodextrin, Whey Protein Concentrate, Contains 1% Or Less of Cellulose Gel, Cellulose Gum, Carrageenan, Mono-And Diglycerides*, Carob Bean Gum, Guar Gum, Polysorbate 80, Vanilla Extract, Vanillin, Sucralose, Calcium Sulfate, Vitamin A Palmitate. Wafers: Bleached Wheat Flour, Isomalt, Sorbitol, Caramel Color, Palm Oil, Cocoa, Corn Flour, Food Starch-Modified, Salt, Baking Soda, Soy Lecithin, Natural Flavor, Sucralose. *Adds A Dietarily Insignificant Amount of Fat.
Just look at each components melting temperature
herp derp, it's just ice cream with a hydrocolloid gel, so walmart can cheapen them up and use less fat.
Don't over react like these people:
At the very worst, you're eating a very finely structured gel that is a marvel of modern materials science
>>and most probably it is unhealthier than ordinary ice cream
The way that this is done is with a hydrocolloid gel, using pretty much the same ingredients in vegan food(gums and what not). These aren't that bad for you
It's done to reduce costs by reducing fat(I think).
Here have some shill-information about hydrocolloids and shit: http://www.foodproductdesign.com/articles/2011/04/updating-ice-cream.aspx
I'm going to walmart right now to buy some, because I'm a weird person
Now in order to not be a shill I encourage you not to buy walmart ice cream and make your own:
oh ok. 27+ Celsius.
Now that we have that out of the way, how much of this hydrocolloid gel is in a given bar?
Are we talking on the order of a minim per scruple or a peck per kenning?
On the other hand, those Walmart ice cream sandwiches are good! I buy them regularly.
I noticed a similar thing many years ago in grade school. A friend left an ice cream sandwich (probably not Walmart brand) on a cafeteria table. Going home I noticed it was still in shape, but there was a pool of water around it.
Fuck all of you, you do realize it's a non-trivial task to calculate the melting point of a colloid like ice cream?
For this we need empirical evidence, I'm going to buy some of this goddamn ice cream and take pics, because fuck it, it's a saturday night and I have nothing to better to do.
Also herp derp, here's a recipe for ice cream that can be served hot
>it most probably isn't ice cream (and most probably it is unhealthier than ordinary ice cream).
>probably it is unhealthier than ordinary ice cream
Muh appeal to nature. Muh frankenfoods
Is this what Americans actually believe? That's winter temperature here
You tend to become climatized to the environment you're in, move to the polar region for a few years and your concept of hot/cold weather will shift.
Few years ago when murica was down playing in the sandbox I got a bunch of new Iraqi neighbours.
Fresh out of the dessert they went around with closed jacket and scarfs while the locals stripped to their T-shirt, nowdays they dress like everyone else.
This. Also people tend to underestimate the impact of humidity. I live in Georgia, and 32 degress Celsius is pretty hot, because we almost always have 70+% humidity. When I travel to New Mexico, where the humidity gets down to the single digits, 32c feels like a warm spring day. However, 32 anywhere north of about Maryland is absolutely sweltering, no matter the humidity.
This comes from seaweed. Used in cheap as shit icecream among a billion other things for it's binding (gell like) properties. This is why it doesn't melt and keeps it's form. Think of how useful that is for shipping purposes. Buy the good shit that doesn't have this.
I noticed the same thing when I was walking home and some littered "ice cream" cups on the side of the road. I tipped them over and they were still solid even though it was pretty hot out.
I guess if you look closely at the container there's no mention of ice cream, it's just labeled frozen dairy dessert and it has a shit ton of chemicals and weird shit.
Oh hey this thread's active again, I have ice sandwiches, let's do this!
Is it really so difficult to write fucking neatly? Print out some "Learning to Write" sheets and start practicing. There is no excuse for not being able to scribe 26 symbols correctly.
I take one look at an ingredients list like that and think... oh, its not really icecream. Then I turn 360 degrees and walk away.
Icecream base ingredients:
Its not hard, people.
Why don't you go fuck yourself with your stupid imperial system?
There are two countries left not using the metric system: the USA and Myanmar - the latter of which is currently in the process of metrification.
The imperial system makes no sense. Relations are arbitrary and illogical and only US Americans can be so daft as to cling to an outdated system (it's a wonder you guys don't still use the Julian calendar).
The metric system is superior in literally every way and as you are posting on /sci/, I would assume you think you are intelligent. If you were, however, you would clearly see the advantages of the metric system, as most of your peers here do.
And finally: Since this is a science board, and the whole scientific world uses SI units and the metric system, you should be well off reflecting a little bit more, before you show up here and basically vomit bullshit onto the board.
tl;dr: You're a moronic ass and you know it.
>I was only trolling
>you totally did not just fuck me up and I am too retarded to even try and counter-argue
>maybe I even see your point, but cannot admit this, because I am a manchild
> Why don't you go fuck yourself with your stupid imperial system?
Why don't you fuck yourself with your CGS system?
> There are two countries left not using the metric system
This is not true. Anyway you measure it.
And it doesn't matter because we use it and you're our bitch.
> The imperial system makes no sense.
only for you
> Relations are arbitrary and illogical and only US Americans can be so daft as to cling to an outdated system
> The metric system is superior in literally every way and as you are posting on /sci/,
> my arbitrary relation system is better than yours
>mfw people confuse SI prefix system with the metric system
there is literally nothing in the imperial measurement system stopping you from expressing distance in terms of kilo-feet and milli-feet
the metric system itself is just as arbitrary and pointless as the imperial system. it's the SI system of notation that provides 99% of the utility of the system, and you could start applying SI notation to imperial units right goddamn now if you wanted to.
>> There are two countries left not using the metric system
>This is not true. Anyway you measure it.
>And it doesn't matter because we use it and you're our bitch.
It is true. The other ones are almost complete in regards to metrification.
Also, you really think the world will give a shit about the US in ~20 years? Europe and South-East Asia will dominate.
>>The imperial system makes no sense.
>only for you
And for everyone else. All the units are historic units. They are completely arbitrary.
>>my arbitrary relation system is better than yours
yes it is. Because the only arbitrary thing in "my" system is the relation of 10 - which is not really arbitrary at all, as almost every culture (even US American) uses base 10
> Also, you really think the world will give a shit about the US in ~20 years?
lol you wish
> . All the units are historic units. They are completely arbitrary.
So is SI. Are you really this stupid?
> The other ones are almost complete in regards to metrification.
This just isn't true.
Canada is widely marked with distances in miles.
UK still uses stones and pretty sure hands are still even used.
> . Because the only arbitrary thing in "my" system is the relation of 10
We use powers of 10 too you dumbshit.
Why don't you do some fucking research before spouting your ignorance.
muh kips, ksi, Msi.