The advent of Gelato.

Gelato is a frozen treat that hails from Italy; the word “gelato” means “ice cream” in Italian. Like many of Italy’s lovely specialties, gelato can now be enjoyed in America. Gelaterias, stores or carts that sell gelato, often display rows of mounded colorful gelato flavors, each one garnished with a topping that corresponds to the flavor. Gelato is richer and denser than American ice cream. Some people describe gelato as more as more elastic. Ice cream is milkier and creamier than gelato.

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