Feeding a Crowd


​Ice cream is a very sweet, tasty treat.
Making ice-cream is something you can do with friends or family and use it as a learning experience!

​You can learn to make ice-cream, and learn about different sources of milk available to us.
You can explore what type of milk source do you want to use.
Here are a few options, starting with dairy milk.

Large dairy farms are normally the source of milk you get from the grocery store. 
​Let's start by saying, cows produce milk for the same reason humans do, to feed their young. However, on large dairy farms, calves are taken from there mothers at just one day old! Calves are fed ‘milk replacers’ so that their mother’s milk can be sold to humans! When by dairy milk look for these stamps…​These labels are indicators that there is some type of fair treatment to cows, but you should just do some research on where your dairy milk comes from.
Dairy milk's benefits includes vitamins, calcium and potassium.

There is other types of milk if you do not prefer dairy milk.

Almond Milk
Almond milk, comes from almonds!
Its made by grounding almonds with water, and then straining them. Almond milk can also be made by adding water to almond butter.
Benefits of almond milk include, vitamin D and vitamin E. 

Soy Milk
Soy milk is made by soaking and grinding soybeans, boiling it and straining it!
Soy is a legume that has many health benefits including reducing cholesterol, risk of cancer, and also improves cardiovascualr health.

Once you've picked you milk there are more ingredients to gather to make your ice-cream.

This Ice-cream recipe belongs to two young women, Anyia and Mia. They were interviewed at the Public Art Saint Paul Sweet & Spring Rolling FreshLo community meal at Hmongtown Market Place, Febuary 18th 2017, as part of the Art of Food in Frogtown and Rondo.

"Can you give us the ice-cream recipe?"
"Yeah sure!"

Aniya Jade Ice Cream Recipe 
Aliya, a young woman very passionate about ice cream, shares the recipe:"Stir until honey is gone, then pour it into a small bag, ​then, put some ice in a big zip-lock bag with the ice-cream salt, and put the small zip-lock bag in the middle."
​After, shake it for 8-10 minutes, or until it reaches the consistency you enjoy!

Mia also shares an ice-cream recipe, but she adds ideas for toppings!

"Sprinkles...oreos...chocolate... maybe some coconut!"

Mia explaining the process of making Ice-cream

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