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[Answer] In which country was ice cream invented?

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In which country was ice cream invented?

  • China:The origins of ice cream depends on a definition of ice cream. There are records of Roman emperor Nero sending runners to the mountains with instructions to bring back snow and ice. He would have this combined with fruit and honey to make a treat. The important factor here is the lack of "cream." It seems Nero had the "ice," but without the "cream," it is debateable whether it meets the criteria for "ice cream." King Tang of Shang, China, however, had a method for creating concoctions of milk and ice. Marco Polo returned from China with this recipe. Therefore, since King Tang's treat included "ice" and a dairy component--the "cream"--it seems China has bragging rights to inventing ice cream. Source:

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