Albeit most of you thoroughly understand this, we at Mingo thought it may be a smart thought to share a couple tips on purchasing and storing ice cream. There’s very little to it, and it may be an exhausting subject, however it can have a major effect on your ice cream enjoyment!
Ice cream can end up noticeably frosty or grainy when it’s not put away legitimately, and flavors can be less strong.
In this way, beginning at the shop:
- Do whatever remains of your shopping first and get the ice cream last.
- Ensure the ice cream tub is hard in the cooler. On the off chance that it feels delicate, the shop’s ice cream cooler may not be sufficiently cold and the ice cream may not be at its the best texture. It’s conceivable that the cooler is experiencing a defrost cycle, however in the event that it’s occurring very frequently, you ought to convey it to the consideration of the shop administrator.
- Ensure the ice cream is well within its “best before” date.
When you return home:
- Put the ice cream away in the cooler first (that is, whether you would prefer not to eat it instantly!). Place it in the back, if conceivable. Ice cream ends up noticeably frigid when it gets delicate and refreezes.
- There is no such thing as storing ice cream excessively chilly. On the off chance that you have a cooler that is colder (trunk coolers are more often than not around – 30C) and one that is warmer (an ordinary cooler ought to be around – 18C), keep the ice cream in the colder one!
- On the off chance that you opened it, eat some, and return it to the cooler, putting on a layer of plastic wrap before covering it with the lid will help keep the ice cream sealed air tight.
At last, never refreeze ice cream that has been out of the cooler quite a while or ice cream that has melted completely! It could be a food safety issue, and bring about various harmful effects to your body.