Here’s how ice cream was made during 1890s, viral video amazes internet

Ice cream is being loved by many people. However, have you imagined how ice creams were made during he 1890s. A video of a woman making ice cream in 1890s style is going viral over the internet.

The video is being shared on social media platform Instagram by @dupageforest. In the video, the making of ice cream at Kline Creek Farms in Illinois, over three seasons. Many people can also be seen cutting large blocks of ice and storing them together in an ice house.

As per the video, first ice is harvested during the winter, then the ice is stored in the icehouse. It is stored till summer. Later, raspberries is harvest from garden, acquire milk from cow,  collect eggs, and then scald one pint of milk on wood stove. Add six egg yolks and half lb sugar. Mash one quart raspberries through a colander. Add berries and cream and then add the mix to the churn cannister.

Later break the ice blocks into smaller pieces, assemble your churn, add ice and rock salt and churn away until you het ice cream.

After being shared, the video has garnered over 23 million views, while over 1.05 million Instagram users have liked the clip.

Reacting to the post, one user commented, “Why does this feel like each step is a quest in a game.” Another person wrote, “This might be a foolish question but how does the ice stay frozen throughout the year?.”

Meanwhile, a third person said, “The only ice cream on earth that burns 7500 calories.” Another person commented, “Probably one of the best ice cream.” A fifth person wrote, “Berries and cream, berries and cream. I’m a little lad who loves berries and cream.”

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