In Reality, How Is Gelato Distinct From Ice Cream?

Life's delights include a scoop of something creamy and delicious.

 Ice cream, gelato, and other frozen sweets fulfill sweet tooths.

Both summer classics are created with hand- or machine-churned milk, cream, and sugar, but they're different.

Due to its higher cream-to-milk ratio, ice cream has more fat than gelato.

Rapid churning makes it lighter and fluffier.

 The basis of gelato is usually more milk than cream, making it denser, softer, more flavorful, more stretchy. 

Generalizations (although the U.S. has a legal definition of ice cream—more on that later).

Gelato is the Italian name for ice cream, and artisans around the world manufacture gelati and ice cream to varying specifications. 

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