Wednesday, April 8, 2015

08/04/2015: Fish ice cream, anyone? at Central Luzon State University (CLSU) in the Philippines have produced an ice cream flavor featuring fish, but without any disagreeable fishy taste and smell, the Philippine Star reports.
The flavor is the result of a study by professor Rana Vera Cruz of the College of Home Science and Industry along with Terese Abella and Ravelina Velasco of the CLSU Freshwater Aquaculture Center.

From the traditional chocolate and fruit, CLSU researchers have lately experimented with malunggay and spicy chili flavors.

“The latest, however, goes aquatic with the introduction of the tilapia flavor,” they said.

In preparing tilapia ice cream, the researchers used tilapia fillet, all-purpose cream, condensed and fresh milk, chopped walnut and diced cheese.

Read more HERE.

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