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Lactose, Your Reign Has Ended!

If you’re lactose intolerant, the last thing you want is ice cream. The traditional kind will make you double over in pain and frozen Soy Milk often turns into a brick of ice. But does this mean you’re condemned to a lifetime of Popsicles? Not if you come to Sub Zero. Our flash freezing process prevents major ice crystallization, which makes the final frozen product creamier than at other ice cream locations. And we’ve found that adding cake batter to … Continue reading

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Make Room for the Agave

Agave nectar isn’t as strange as it sounds.  Hailing from Mexico and South Africa, it comes from various species of the agave plant. After an agave plant has reached 7-10 years old, its leaves are removed and sap is taken from the core of the plant (which looks like a pineapple at this point). The sap is then filtered and heated at a low temperature. Agave is often used in beverages and desserts.  Because it is sweeter than honey and … Continue reading

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Even Vegans Aren’t Safe from Sub Zero’s Delicious Concoctions

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

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