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Author's Note: 5 Tricks for Making Homemade Gelato

One of the most eye-popping facts I uncovered while researching ice cream and gelato wasn't that vanilla is more popular than chocolate (I don't know who you are anymore), but that Americans eat almost a pint of ice cream every week, give or take a couple weeks (which I like to assume is February).

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