He Uses Chemistry To Turn Fruit Juice Into A Refreshing Frozen Treat
Once winter hits in a lot of places across the country, trucks will begin salting the snow-covered roads. This is one common way to efficiently remove snow and ice from the roads in a short amount of time. This works because salt lowers the freezing and melting point of water. Water ordinarily freezes at 32° Fahrenheit, but when you add salt its freezing point becomes lower. In fact, that is why you use salt when making homemade ice cream. We typically say that homemade ice cream is one of the best and most rewarding treats to make at home. But, our favorite DIY guy "Crazy Russian Hacker" applied those chemical principles and created another simple, easy and refreshing recipe.