I wish these people would use gelatin instead of the gums. So annoying... Then again the vegetarians surviving on pasta and ice cream would complain.
Here is what is in Rita's frozen vanilla custard:
Vanilla Custard: Milk, Cream, Liquid Sucrose, Corn Syrup, Condensed Skim, Whey
Powder, Liquid Egg Yolks, Natural and Artificial Flavor, Mono and Diglycerides,
Cellulose Gum, Tetrasodium Pyrophosphate, Guar Gum, Polysorbate 60, Polysorbate 65,
Don't forget about french fries... got a vegan at work with fibromyalgia at 22 that considers herself a french fry connoisseur...
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I don't get the urge to eat fast food anymore... Although in-n-out's protein-style (bunless) burgers are now a favorite (ie I get it at most 2-3x in a year...no in-n-out in NYC). 5x5 (5 beef pattiesx5 cheese) ftw. New awesome meaning for 5x5...
Other than that...no fast food for moi.
I am picky with my food...if it doesn't taste amazing why would I pay more (than making it at home) for it? I can't afford it both calorically or monetarily.
Last edited by TQP; 05-08-2014 at 01:26 PM.
Custards tend to contain much more butterfat, in the 18-20% range, contain egg yolks in significant quantity and have much less air and is thicker. Real soft-serve custard contains much more cream and eggs. It is held at a lower temperature: in the ~32 degree range instead of flash-frozen and kept well-below freezing like ice cream, so that's why it's "soft" instead of hard.
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Costco has thier own kirkland brand ice-cream that is pretty good. First ingredient is cream and they use vanilla extract. High fat content and very tasty.
Last edited by Dirlot; 05-08-2014 at 02:49 PM.
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