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Poormans Sea Salt Ice Recipie by Nyaasu Poormans Sea Salt Ice Recipie by Nyaasu
I gotta admit, I just threw this crappy picture together in my impatience to reveal to the world

THE POORMAN'S SEA SALT ICE CREAM RECIPIE!

1) Go to McDonald's and order a vanilla sundae without any toppings.
2) Empty into it one packet of salt.
3) Stir, eat.

I had sea salt ice cream when I was in Japan. I thought at first I'd only find it in Tokyo Disney Sea, but I found it again at a food store in Shinagawa. Last night, at a McDonald's here in the 'states, I decided to try to make sea salt ice cream myself, since I am quite sure it's not too popular a flavor in the 'states. I measured the salt out carefully, and I think in the end, one sundae to one packet of salt is about the right ratio, although, if you feel braver, it IS a bit saltier than that, so you can add a bit more salt if you like.

Don't be surprised if you don't like it -- no one I went to Tokyo Disney with enjoyed it at all. XD I think I like it because I don't like anything I eat to be too sweet, and essentially, I think the idea behind the flavor is that the salt and the sugar even each other out.

I'm settling for regular salt for now, because the ingredients list on the bin I got at Tokyo Disney listed only regular salt, not specifically sea salt, but you can try it if you want!

That stupid looking dog thing is just a dog I think of time to time. It stands for me.
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etty1999 Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2012
FOR some reason there is always something with me and salt ice creams too... something about them seems nice I am eating a salt pop right now
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Raxel1447 Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
I actually made my own. I just had sugar water mixed with salt and blue food coloring and poured it into an empty ice tray and froze it. It actually tasted quite good and was quite enjoyable. Someday, I hope to try an actual sea-salt ice cream pop.
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Nyaasu Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Real sea salt ice cream has a vanilla flavor -- it makes the salt taste very savoury!

If I was going to guess on how to make it at home, without the ice cream, I'd think it'd be sugar, milk, vanilla extract, and a bit of salt. xD In fact...you can probably make sea salt milkshakes that way, too! xD
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Raxel1447 Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
I never thought of the vanilla....I'll have to try that. I need an ice cream maker...
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Nyaasu Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh yeah, it's AWESOME!
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Raxel1447 Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
MUST. TRY. IT.
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cutegirl4875 Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
i think putting salt on ice cream is a little unhealthy but i eat mostly anything
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Nyaasu Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You think so? xD I guess, but the amount you'd put in is pretty small. x3

I never really though about the health aspect of it. x3
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cutegirl4875 Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
i never tasted it before or made it but like they say dont knock it till you try it
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ElfenPrimrose Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
mmmm Seasalt Ice cream... I must try this recipe!
I don't mind things that are salty, and when I go to Japan I'm going to search for it! :iconsuperw00tplz:
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