July 20, 2006

Mochi Ice Cream

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When the weather gets as hot as it's been recently, I like to cool off with a refreshing ice cream treat. I've been eating some form of ice cream at least once a day for the past couple weeks. Big Sticks, frozen yogurt bars, ice cream sandwiches, gelato — you name it, I've been eating it. One ice cream treat I hadn't eaten in a long time is mochi ice cream. Mochi is a Japanese treat made of glutinous rice. Mochi ice cream is basically ice cream wrapped in a mochi covering. Delicious!

A few days ago my parents had a craving for mochi ice cream. We stopped at the market to buy 20 lbs. of rice ('cause I was all out), and then we swung by the frozen section to pick up two boxes of mochi ice cream, made by Mikawaya.


Strawberry mochi ice cream

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This particular brand of mochi ice cream comes in seven different flavors — chocolate, green tea, kona coffee, mango, red bean, strawberry and vanilla. My favorites are strawberry and mango. Each mochi ice cream ball is about 1¾" across, making a decent serving size. It might seem small, but since it's made out of sticky rice, one piece sates my appetite just fine.

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2 Comments:

At 7/21/2006 8:20 PM, Blogger rick james said...

i like the coffee ones!

the composition of your pics is bad ass, love the foreground shots! those are my favs..

go yuzu go yuzu go...

 
At 7/24/2006 12:31 PM, Blogger Yuzu said...

I haven't tried the coffee ones. I'm not a coffee fan. The taste doesn't appeal to me at all. =\

Thanks, dude. :) Glad you like the pics.

 

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