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Graeter's ice cream is made in a French pot batch process. The ice cream mix is placed into a chilled, spinning French pot. As the cream freezes on the sidewall of the pot, a blade gently scrapes the pot's sidewalls, folding the slowly freezing cream into itself. It takes about 20 minutes to freeze a two-gallon batch. For flavors that include chocolate chips, a low melting temperature liquid chocolate is poured into the pot, and freezes into a thin shell on top of the ice cream. A worker uses a blade to break up this shell and mix it into the ice cream, resulting in Graeter's famous huge dark chewy chocolate chips.