Whether it’s for health benefits, love of all things furry, or both, being Vegan doesn’t mean you can’t indulge in a little ice cream. The trouble is that ice cream made out of plants instead of dairy often suffers from major ice crystallization, making the texture coarser than traditional ice cream. Sub Zero Ice Cream uses Liquid Nitrogen to freeze its products almost instantly, reducing ice crystallization and leaving even dairy-free options smooth and creamy. You can also use natural … Continue reading
For those of us who haven’t been to school in a while, here is some chemistry 101. Nitrogen is one of 118 known elements and because it evaporates at such low temperatures, it typically exists as a gas (in fact, it makes up about 78% of the Earth’s atmosphere). This means that in order for it to remain in a liquid state it must be kept at extremely cold temperatures. Since liquid nitrogen boils at -321˚F, it freezes anything it … Continue reading
It’s swimsuit season! That means bikini-lovers everywhere are resolving not to touch anything sweet, satisfying, fattening, caloric or carb-filled (whatever your new diet may be) so we can fit into the teenie weenie polka-dot bikinis that have been shrouded in our closets all winter. But even though summer is upon us, you don’t have to pick between having awesome chiseled swimsuit abs and a delicious bowl of ice cream! Sub Zero Ice Cream allows customers to create their own treats … Continue reading
You’ve helped us choose our new logo and you’re helping us choose our new signature flavors in the Sub Zero Super Hero Contest, and we are in the process of a full store redesign – it’s all very exciting for us. We knew with a new logo, favorite flavors and new store design, we needed flashy new photos that make our ice cream look as good as it tastes. But ice cream melts. Fast. That’s why we called in the … Continue reading
Baby, it’s cold outside, but never too cold for American’s #1 dessert! This month’s flavor captures the elements of a fresh snow fall with it’s sweet caramel and crunchy Heath and graham cracker.