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    Default Chewing ice cream?

    why do they do this on television/movies?

    Do you do this?

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    But whyyy it melts in you mouth?

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    I guess I chew it. I know for sure I dont stick it in my mouth and let it melt before swallowing it.....nor do I put it in and swallow it straight away....so I must chew it

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    Quote Originally Posted by London View Post
    I guess I chew it. I know for sure I dont stick it in my mouth and let it melt before swallowing it.....nor do I put it in and swallow it straight away....so I must chew it
    Same here - I suppose I sort of slosh it around with my tongue til it's melted enough and warm enough to swallow (oh boy that description sounds shady)...

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    it's been over a year since i've had icecream and more than likely i'll never be able to have it again. i miss it. BUT. if you're eating it off a spoon you can't just swallow, i remember that much.
    i don't think it's chewing so much as grinding it in your mouth. from the outside the two would probably look very similar.

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    I've never noticed but apparently you should chew everything including soup, smoothies etc because the chewing action signals your stomach to begin secreting digestive juices. Apparently the signal to sstop eating is also tied into chewing... Maybe that's why I can't stop eating ice cream... Need to start chewing it!

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    Haha I have no idea if I chew ice cream or not... Although you have given me a very good reason to buy some ice cream tomorrow and report back

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leeee View Post
    it's been over a year since i've had icecream and more than likely i'll never be able to have it again. i miss it. BUT. if you're eating it off a spoon you can't just swallow, i remember that much.
    i don't think it's chewing so much as grinding it in your mouth. from the outside the two would probably look very similar.
    No ice cream for life !?! That's tough, you know if it's an allergy thing you can get dairy soy free icecream, cocoluscious mmmmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by bada View Post
    No ice cream for life !?! That's tough, you know if it's an allergy thing you can get dairy soy free icecream, cocoluscious mmmmmm
    find me one that doesn't contain dairy, soy or gluten.. i have no milk or milk replacement or any kind of milk product in my diet at all, currently.


 

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