In Japan, invented the ice cream neta
• In Japan, invented the ice cream Neta
Summer - it's time for the sale of ice cream, it is in the summer months, the demand for this sweetness increases significantly. But alas, the demand just drops, if the heat exceeds the limit - not so much fun to eat ice cream, which melts faster than you have time to eat it. The Japanese claim to have found a way to keep their sweetness from the heat because of their super-duper-cream does not melt from Kanazawa!
Well, first of all, of course, it melts - would otherwise simply not be there. So although advertising claims that Kanazawa-ice, which is how the name of this new kind of ice cream, do not melt in the heat, in fact, it just melts much more slowly. Where conventional balls of ice cream on a stick immediately be drained by hand and on the floor, Kanazawa-ice can hold at least five minutes, even if you have it right under the scorching sun. And we are not talking about the icing, and on the ice cream.
Secondly, we opened the ice cream is completely random. In fact, a Japanese research center Biotherapy Development, where there was the discovery of a miracle ingredient, trying to figure out what can be done edakogo with strawberries. In Miyagi Prefecture, where they grow a lot of strawberries, the question arose of how to competently dispose of all those berries that have very good taste, but lost their marketability, or were not originally very flat shape.
In the course of experiments, the researchers found that if an extract of strawberries mixed with fatty substances, such as dairy cream, the resulting mixture thicken and barely
It is melting at high temperatures. "Blame" the polyphenols - chemical compounds that are often found in plants, in particular - in tea as tannins. It is these polyphenols slows the separation of water and fat, which in turn slows down and melting.
Find applications such discoveries was the case uncomplicated - Kanazawa-cream ice, which is called by the name of the first store, where he began to sell, can now be found throughout Japan.