ice cream is sold at science-museum
gift shops, Discovery Channel
stores, and other places of that ilk for an exorbitant price. It's freeze-dried ice cream that comes in a brick-shape, usually in Neapolitan
style, inside a vacuum-sealed foil pouch. The stuff's great! You break a little piece off, pop it into your mouth, and it instantly melts away into smooth ice-creamy goodness
. It's almost as good as real ice cream... almost.
You can also get astronaut strawberries, astronaut pizza, and I've recently seen astronaut peaches. The ice cream variety is still my favorite.