How to eat ice cream in the cold without getting frostbite

By now you’ve probably seen some of the recent viral videos of people freezing their fingers on the ice cream they eat.

But in some cases, the problem isn’t so much the frostbite as it is the ice itself.

We’ve all been there: When you’re eating a bowl of ice cream that’s been frozen for more than two days, your fingers will begin to feel a bit numb.

But the problem’s not that the ice is bad—just that the texture is.

If you’ve been eating ice cream for years, you’re likely familiar with the texture of a classic ice cream.

And the problem is that there are several reasons why you might not like the texture.

These days, most ice cream is made with artificial ingredients, and they’re usually either made with high-fructose corn syrup or sucrose, which is an artificial sweetener.

But these are ingredients that are actually pretty tasty and easy to make.

Here’s how to get the best out of your ice cream without the problem of frostbite.