No trip to Italy is complete without gelato! If you’re tempted to have a scoop a day don’t worry, it’s totally normal to eat gelato on a regular basis in Italy, especially in the summer.
Though gelato translates to ‘ice cream,’ it’s not quite the same. The low-fat content means that gelato is served a bit warmer and tends to melt in your mouth faster, it also intensifies the flavor and gives it a more velvety texture.
Finally, good gelato isn’t made for long-term storage.
So how can you know if it’s the good stuff or not? When seeking out fresh, artisanal gelato there are a few things to look out for.