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Researchers create ice cream that can be stored at room temperature

MONTREAL, Canada (WKRC) -- McGill University researchers have invented ice cream that can be stored without prior freezing.

The invention is technically not ice cream; it's an orange liquid the team named "Frisson", and it does have to be put in the freezer for a couple of hours after you open it.

Frisson can be stored at room temperature in liquid form. To transform it into "ice cream", you open the container to expose the liquid to air, then shake the container. Nitrous oxide creates the creamy texture when exposed to air.

Frisson is then stored in the freezer for a couple of hours.

Frisson is also gluten-free, cholesterol-free, vegan and high in fiber. So far researchers have created two flavors: almond pistachio and hibiscus ginger.

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