The best way to keep an ice cube from melting is to use a cooler or another insulating container. You can also use a bag covered with a towel or other thick cloth to trap the cool temperature. More »

Ice cubes melt as the molecules of air, water or other substances around the ice transfer heat into the molecules of the ice itself. As the temperature increases, the bonds change inside the ice, entering a liquid phase ... More »

Ice cubes melt because they are frozen water; when placed at a temperature above 32 degrees Fahrenheit while at 1 atmosphere of pressure, they undergo a phase transition to liquid water. The melting and freezing points o... More »

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To keep an ice cube from melting, the ultimate goal is to keep as much of the ice cube as possible at 32 F for as long as possible. This can be done by insulating the ice cube or by trying to reflect heat away from the i... More »

Ricotta cheese that was purchased in a container may be frozen simply by placing the container into the freezer. If the ricotta cheese is part of a prepared dish, cook the dish before freezing to ensure that the ricotta'... More »

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The fastest way to melt an ice cube is to transfer heat energy to the ice as quickly as possible. Heat sources such as hot water, fire and an oven quickly melt ice, as does setting ice out in the sun. More »

You can freeze parsley as individual leaves, or in ice cube trays using water or oil. Most sources, including Livestrong, recommend freezing clean, chopped parsley in ice cube trays half-filled with water or oil, dependi... More »

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