Gelato in Italy

Italy is the home of gelato. What is gelato? The italian-English dictionary translates it as ice cream but it is NOT ice cream. Gelato has less calories, more flavor, and is creamier. It is best served from a artisan gelateria where the owner has a passion for making great gelato. It is never made quickly, puffed up high with air. It should always be served in metal, not plastic, bins.

Watch the video below on my YouTube channel about gelato and hear what some Italians say about this great treat:

-Ciao
-George

Categories: Europe, Food, Gelato, General Travel, Italian, Italian Facts, Italy, Italy BLOGs, Nocciola, Sweets, VLOG, YouTube | Tags: , , , , | 1 Comment

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One thought on “Gelato in Italy

  1. Actually, gelato is not made with cream! Yet somehow it tastes creamier but most importantly (for me) the lower fat content of milk allows the flavors to shine through… For me, it isn’t a summer day without gelato!

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