There are lots of things you'd never expect to find in the middle of the hot, sandy desert; penguins, movie theaters, and shipwrecks to name a few. But at the top of the list has got to be ice. Assuming you're not stuck in the Sahara with your trusty mini-fridge, you just can't make ice in the desert. But more than 2,000 years ago, ancient Persians figured out a way to do exactly that. And they could keep it frosty all year long.
The Tastee Freez Of The Desert
How Does It Work?
How Other Peoples Got Their Ice
Written by Reuben Westmaas September 18, 2017
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