New protein might stop ice crystals in supercooled ice cream

06/2/2009 | FoodNavigator

Researchers say collagen peptides made from bovine gelatin can lead the way to new ice cream formulations by eliminating ice crystals in supercooled ice cream. The protein is said to bind to the surface of ice, keeping crystals from developing.

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