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    Anybody eaten Turkish ice cream?

    Like at Republic of Booza in Brooklyn? Iím wondering if the salep flour and mastic changes the taste. Looks cool, though.
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    Ask KQ. I'm sure they make an organic, small batch version in Walla Walla.
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    mastic has a bitter cedar/pine taste how much/how much it matters probably depends on the flavor. it also has slightly different "gum" propertys. 0 experience with it in ice cream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dunfree View Post
    mastic has a bitter cedar/pine taste how much/how much it matters probably depends on the flavor. it also has slightly different "gum" propertys
    This is what I thought.
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    Sounds like eating cold pine tar.

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    It's nowhere near rosin/pinetar strong, and it's not a bad aroma, or at least the stuff I have doesn't have a bad aroma -more like a piney IPA, but like lots of those natural gums it seems there can be a decently wide variation depending on sourcing. Many of those gums - mastic, arabic, elemi - are traditional ingredients for paints/varnishes to soften the coating and make it more chip resistant.

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    hence, delicious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    hence, delicious!
    Exactly where I went when I heard the ingredients. Ah well, it'll be a long time before it comes to scenic Washington. I'll probably make it to Turkey before I get to Brooklyn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by plugboots View Post
    Exactly where I went when I heard the ingredients. Ah well, it'll be a long time before it comes to scenic Washington. I'll probably make it to Turkey before I get to Brooklyn.
    If you want to try mastic in ice cream Fainting Goat in Seattle has a mastic and goat milk flavor. I thought it wasn't very piney

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    Sounds like a great ice cream for g&t floats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abraham View Post
    If you want to try mastic in ice cream Fainting Goat in Seattle has a mastic and goat milk flavor. I thought it wasn't very piney
    Will do, looks good anyway, thanks. Hmmmm...gelato.
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    i found a black sesame seed ice cream in Waikiki that is fantastic. iíll try and find the place tonight and take a pic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dunfree View Post
    Many of those gums - mastic, arabic, elemi - are traditional ingredients for paints/varnishes to soften the coating and make it more chip resistant.
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    hence, delicious!
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    ive never had a bad ice cream that I can think of
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