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παγωτό μηχανής → soft serve, soft ice, soft ice cream

Various terms are used to refer to soft serve ice cream:

99 or 99 Flake technically refers to soft serve ice cream served in a cone with a Cadbury's Flake, but soft serve is sometimes simply referred to as "a 99" or “a cone” in Ireland and the UK.
American ice cream (גלידה אמריקאית, ISO 259: Glīḏåh ʾÅmȩrīqåʾīṯ, ISO 259-3: Glida ʔameriqáˀit) is the term used in Israel.
American ice cream (ماري كريم in Arabic) is the term used in Lebanon.
Candy (with Spanish pronunciation) is the term used in Argentina. It can be found in nearly all ice cream parlors.
Cream ice cream (krémfagylalt) is the term sometimes used in Hungary.
Creemee is a term popular in Vermont and other parts of northern New England. Commonly made with maple syrup.
Crème glacée molle is the term used in Quebec and more broadly French Canada.
Italian ice cream (glace à l'italienne (France), sorvete italiano (Brazil), lody włoskie (Poland)) are the terms used in France, Brazil and Poland.
Machine ice cream (helado de maquina (Dominican Republic), inghetata la dozator (Romania), сладолед от машина (Bulgaria), παγωτό μηχανής (pagōtó mīchanís; Greece), gépifagyi (Hungary) is the term used in the Dominican Republic, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece and Hungary.
Merry Cream is the term used in Lebanon.
Mr Whippy is a term used in the United Kingdom and Australia, or a 99 if a chocolate flake is added (99 Flake), especially when sold from an ice cream van.
Softcream (ソフトクリーム, sofutokuriimu) is used to describe an analogous product in Japan, that can be either savory or sweet, with uniquely Asian flavors such as powdered tea, wasabi, sesame, ume or plum, rose, kabocha or Japanese pumpkin, peach, and grape, among others.
Pehmis, short for pehmytjäätelö (soft ice cream) is a genericized trademark of Nestlé used in Finland.
Semi-frozen (semi-frio) is the term used in Portugal.
Soft ice Softeis (Germany), softijs (Netherlands and Flanders), softis (Norway) is the term used in Norway, Germany, Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium and several other places in Europe.
Soft ice cream (mjukglass) is the term used in Sweden. Similarly, Gelat tou is the term used in Andorra and Catalonia (Spain). Also in Greater China, Chinese: 软冰淇淋; pinyin: ruǎn bīngqílín), Cantonese: 軟雪糕; Jyutping: jyun5 syut8 gou1 and Chinese: 霜淇淋 are the terms used in Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan respectively.
Soft whip is the term used in Ireland. When served in a cone with a chocolate flake, it is commonly referred to as a 99.
Softee or softie is the term used in India and Pakistan.
Ice cream Softserve or a more common term I-Tim (ไอศครีม ซอฟเสริฟ or ไอติม in Thai) are the terms used in Thailand.
Soft serve - Wikipedia
« Last Edit: 10 Jul, 2021, 10:29:16 by spiros »


 

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