A physicist from Spain has finally invented color changing ice cream.
All the Lisa Frank fantasies of my youth have finally come true. Manuel Linares, a physicist from Spain who decided his talents were better served in the kitchen has invented a new color-changing ice cream called Xamaleon (hopefully just a temporary name). The ice cream is made from natural ingredients, but changes colors as it melts, which is basically the fantasy of every fat little gay kid out there in the world today.
Xamaleon is made from strawberries, cocoa, almonds, banana, pistachio, vanilla, and caramel, and apparently tastes like tutti-frutti. Linares sells the stuff in a small ice cream parlor in Barcelona called Calella de Mar, but refuses to give his recipe out since patents are pending. Unfortunately this means you can’t satisfy your color-changing food cravings in the US yet, but I’m sure its only a matter of time before the world demands it.
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If you find yourself in Barcelona however, make sure you stop by and give this ice cream a try. Do it for all the kids from the 90s who just wanted to grow up in world with day-glo tigers and rainbow colored skies.via ]
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