Ice Milk

Ice milk is ice cream with less than 10% milk­fat but the same amount of sweet­en­er. You used to see gov­­ern­­ment-man­­dat­ed signs say­ing “We sell ice milk” in Dairy Queen or any oth­er place that served it. In 1994 the USDA changed that rule, allow­ing ice milk to be called low-fat ice cream instead. But … Con­tin­ue read­ing Ice Milk

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Ice milk is ice cream with less than 10% milk­fat but the same amount of sweet­en­er. You used to see gov­ern­ment-man­dat­ed signs say­ing “We sell ice milk” in Dairy Queen or any oth­er place that served it.

In 1994 the USDA changed that rule, allow­ing ice milk to be called low-fat ice cream instead. But all intel­li­gent peo­ple know either “ice milk” or “low-fat ice cream” is a euphemism for “nasty run­ny white stuff that tastes like Liq­uid Paper.”