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A Better Scoop: Scientists reportedly developing melt-resistant Ice Cream protein which helps it remain frozen for longer

Photo By TheCulinaryGeek from Chicago, USA (Strawberry Ice Cream Cone  Uploaded by Mindmatrix) [CC BY 2.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons
With temperatures still hovering around or above thirty degrees Celsius in most parts of North America, it's pretty clear that ice cream still has a limited window of time to shine through before it is carted away for the year. From classic and savory flavors such as chocolate and vanilla to oddities like chocolate chip cookie dough and heavenly hash, there seems to be a flavour to be had for every sweet tooth and dairy lover alike.  However, there's one thing that many hate during ice cream season, which is the almost instant melting of the product when exposed to the scorching heat of a Western afternoon. However, thanks to modern science, that problem may soon be a struggle of the past, and could help to save may from the dreaded sticky fingers caused by the separation of cream and ice.
According to clai…