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...some of this.

 

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If you are trying to stay on a fat free or low fat diet and you are suffering from ice cream withdrawal, you should try some of this.  Especially good with some fruit mixed in, such as crushed pineapple or blueberries.

 

This stuff is so like fatty ice cream, I've considered having a lab test it for fat content.   :D

 

It is "smooth and dreamy".   :)  

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Marketing. Notice that it also says "FAT FREE" in more than one place.

I thought ice cream had to have milk fats in it to be ice cream.  

 

Fat free ice cream is sort of like a strip club where all the women strip down from a parka and boots to jeans and a sweatshirt.

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listen, if it is fat free, and yet is creamy like ice cream, then consider this:

 

there is a chemical in there that has the chemical properties of fat, yet it does not have the same molecular structure. One of the things that makes butter and ice cream hard is that all of the available carbon bonds have hydrogen atoms bound to them. This is a "saturated fat"

 

so instead of a simple organic molecule like carbon being bound to 4 hydrogen atoms, you probably have some sort of silicon oxide that will bind hydrogen atoms and aquire similar properties to a natural fat molecules

 

of course the molecule may be the size of a baseball and God only knows if your body can break it down or if it will be stuck in your body

 

but fat free is a real trap. You are eating something that has the same chemical properties, but is not technically the same chemical

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listen, if it is fat free, and yet is creamy like ice cream, then consider this:

 

there is a chemical in there that has the chemical properties of fat, yet it does not have the same molecular structure. One of the things that makes butter and ice cream hard is that all of the available carbon bonds have hydrogen atoms bound to them. This is a "saturated fat"

 

so instead of a simple organic molecule like carbon being bound to 4 hydrogen atoms, you probably have some sort of silicon oxide that will bind hydrogen atoms and aquire similar properties to a natural fat molecules

 

of course the molecule may be the size of a baseball and God only knows if your body can break it down or if it will be stuck in your body

 

but fat free is a real trap. You are eating something that has the same chemical properties, but is not technically the same chemical

True...very true. This is one of the reasons I try to stay away from all the fat-free items nowadays.

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