Wednesday, June 01, 2016

Yum! Talapia Ice cream

My daughter in law took her daughter with her to a local "food export" conference, where some local new foods were shown.

One was talapia ice cream.

If you prefer English, read this older article about this and other food specialties in our area from GMA:

You’ve heard of bacon flavored ice cream, but what about fish-flavored ice cream? 
 Central Luzon State University or CLSU in Nueva Ecija is known for coming up with tilapia ice cream. A lot of people might become skeptical about it at first, but it’s worth a try! 
 Once you taste this, you’d be surprise with how they were able to eliminate the fishy smell and taste of the tilapia. It’s just plain ice cream but made extra creamy because of the cheese that was mixed into it. 
 What’s distinct with it though is its texture since it’s topped off with some tilapia flakes and walnuts - 

the article also mentions our growing local business of waterbuffalo milk related products.

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