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The Everything Guide to Being Frozen

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Not all cold is bad. We tested out New York’s first-ever whole-body-cryotherapy center, for instance, and found that spending three minutes inside a chamber cooled to negative-260 degrees Fahrenheit is actually kind of a rush. Plus it turns out that there’s a whole world of frozen meals (from on-trend bone-broth soups to high-end mac ’n’ cheese) that don’t taste like Stouffer’s. And the city is full of cold-loving characters—Polar Bear swimmers, in-the-flesh Elsas, and Antarctic marathoners—all of whom show up in our Everything Guide to Being Frozen. Pour yourself a bourbon on the rocks (we recommend the Cocktail Kingdom square-ice-cube trays used to make the picture shown here; from $7 at cocktailkingdom.com), and read on.


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