There exists a recipe for ice cubes, because, as the person who posted it explained:

I’m publishing this recipe because I’m sure that there are other families who have members, who don’t know how or have forgotten how to make ice when the ice tray is empty.

And it’s pretty simple: two minutes to prepare, let stand in the freezer for two hours, and there you have it. Beyond the capacity of coworkers, though.

More amusing, perhaps, are the categories under which it’s listed: among others, Beverages, Very low carbs, and Lactose Free. Not a speck of gluten, either.

(Tip from @GaelFC: “Do not substitute vodka.”)



  1. fillyjonk »

    8 April 2013 · 2:32 pm

    No trans fat, either! (or has that been replaced by gluten as the nutritional bugbear du jour? I have a hard time keeping up with everything I’m supposed to avoid)

  2. Roger Green »

    8 April 2013 · 2:50 pm

    “I harvest my own free-range water…” That made me LOL.

  3. Roger Green »

    8 April 2013 · 2:52 pm

    this is actually a bigger problem for offices with shared refrigerators – people not making ice after they use it…

  4. Tatyana »

    8 April 2013 · 4:34 pm

    2 minutes? whole 2 minutes to pour water into ice tray?

  5. CGHill »

    8 April 2013 · 5:24 pm

    Well, if you do it too fast, you’ll slosh it all over the place.

    And I do four trays at a time.

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