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How To Make Dippin' Dots Ice Cream At Home With Liquid Nitrogen

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I made Dippin' Dots Ice Cream just by using liquid nitrogen and neapolitan ice cream!!

In 1988, Dippin' Dots Founder Curt Jones changed the way the world enjoys ice cream. Jones, a microbiologist, pioneered the process of cryogenic encapsulation...a scientific way of saying he used super-cold freezing methods to make little beads of ice cream. Not only were the ice cream beads delicious and fun to eat, Jones knew that flash-freezing the ice cream ingredients would lock in flavor and freshness. With those qualities established, Dippin' Dots were ready to take on the world!

You can actually buy Dippin' Dots Ice Cream here!

I learned a lot about cryogenic freezing and the history of dipping' dots ice cream in making this video and hope you enjoy it.

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WARNING: Liquid Nitrogen is extremely dangerous so I do NOT recommend you try it..If you do then it's at YOUR OWN RISK. That's why I make these cool science experiment videos for you can stay out of danger by trying it yourself... I do not recommend you try anything I do.

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