Lily Whitler, founder of ASU's Society for Women in Physical Sciences, demonstrates her super-easy ice cream recipe. Plus she gives us the scoop on the goal of her student organization to make science more inclusive.
Here's what you will need:
- Metal bowl and spoon
- Half-and-half (or coconut milk if you prefer vegan ice cream)
- Vanilla extract
- Oreos or any other cookie or mix-in
- Liquid nitrogen
Video by Yuxing Lei/ASU Now
Safety warning: Liquid nitrogen can burn your skin. Wear protective gloves and goggles.
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