What a time to be alive. Someone’s figured out how to make popsicles that don’t melt.
Although, summer is drawing to a close, food artists Bompas & Parr have created the Non-melting Ice Lolly. What is this frozen sorcery you ask? The popsicles are made with a pykrete-inspired substance. Pykrete, in its traditional form, is a sawdust-based ice that has a very slow melting rate.
Bombas & Parr’s version replaces the wood with edible fruit fibers. The result is a popsicle that you can finally take your time with. Bring it, Sun!
The Non-melting Ice Lolly, unfortunately, has yet to be mass-produced. They were only available for a very limited time at The British Museum of Food.
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