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Snow Cream

8 cups fresh clean snow
1 14-ounce can sweetened condensed milk
1 teaspoon vanilla extract

Place snow in a large bowl. Add milk and vanilla. Mix well. Enjoy!

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1 Alvin { 12.08.17 at 12:00 pm }

Hello FA,

I grew up in NC. My Mom, Grandma, and others always told us NOT to eat (i.e. make Snow Cream with) the first snow fall of the season. The reason / logic was the first snow fall would clean out the impurities in the air / atmosphere.

Is the FA or some of your readers familiar with this wise old Snow Cream advice? Thanks!

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