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Italian Immigrant's Dreams Become Sweet Reality

This is a story about a man and his gelato. Gelato is the Italian word for ice cream, and ice cream is a hugely popular treat among Americans. But gelato is not exactly ice cream. It is made with some milk instead of all cream which gives it less fat content, and it's churned in a way that infuses less air, which creates a denser, creamier product with a few less of those waistline-obliterating calories. It's also a small-batch product, which brings us back to the...

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