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PostPosted: Sun Jan 17, 2010 5:14 pm 
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Does anyone make their own ice cream?


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 Post subject: Re: Ice cream
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MMMmmmmmmm. Yup. Haven't for a bit because my icecream maker's been temperamental (it's one where you freeze the bowl and I think it split) but yes. I love icecream ...


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Tried it, too much effort,give up on that idea.

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 Post subject: Re: Ice cream
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yes and I really like it. Especially chocolate and mango!

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I got my Gelateria for christmas (following a HUGE hint) after you talked about yours last year, jocler. It is fantastic. I am loving coffee and chocolat the best.

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 Post subject: Re: Ice cream
PostPosted: Sun Jan 17, 2010 6:16 pm 
I bought myself a gelateria for Christmas 2008, because I wanted low sugar icecream with as natural ingredients as I could use.
It worked a few times, but in really hot weather was a total failure. I ended up using the great recipes in the book, but just setting it in the freezer, stirring it frequently.


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I also found the cuisinart one. Victorias basement have it on special at the moment for $449.00........someone please buy some chooks so I can afford one!

Nelly, they are great arent they :)

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 Post subject: Re: Ice cream
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Boy, I must be behind the times, I'm making it by hand!


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I have made it by hand but more often just buy it :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: Ice cream
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rayan wrote:
I have made it by hand but more often just buy it :wink:


Same here, but with one of these beasties, you can experiment more. They also make sorbet and gelato. Having the chiller inbuilt just speeds up the process.

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Jocler - are you saying you like chocolate ice cream and you like mango ice cream or do you mean the mango is in with the the chocolate?? :hmmm:

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i used to make the best passionfruit icecream using pure cream straight from a jersey cow, my own eggs, and home grown passionfruit. my sister and i were just reminiscing on this last night :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: Ice cream
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jaffakatie wrote:
Jocler - are you saying you like chocolate ice cream and you like mango ice cream or do you mean the mango is in with the the chocolate?? :hmmm:

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No, separate but.............wait, I can do this :)

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Yes, jocler - fantastic! We have an oversupply of fruit at the moment so I' have made a nectarine icecream and peach sorbet. Both really nice. I actually like the gelatos best as they aren't so thick as 'real' icecream. I just prefer that taste. All yummy though and uses lots of my excess eggs.

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 Post subject: Re: Ice cream
PostPosted: Sun Jan 17, 2010 10:58 pm 
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Absolutely adore it and once I started making the utterly sinful rich versions in my recipe book I can't go back. :shock: It's obscene - there's 6 or 7 egg yolks per litre of finished ice cream. :help: Personal favourite flavour is rose - you need to have your own upsprayed and highly fragrant roses though.

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