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I found this link, which lists many different substitutions for eggs, depending on what the egg is being used for in the recipe. In the case of ice cream, you're making a light custard to thicken the batter before freezing. In that case, you could substitute 2 tbsp cornstarch and 2 tbsp water. I'd whisk this up really well before mixing in, or it will ...


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If you don't want any yolk in your ice cream or Gelato, then you can use agar-agar powder, which is sold in Asian markets. It is made from seaweed, and 100% vegan (It's usual to add gelatin in ice cream for a better texture, but this makes it unsuitable for vegetarians).


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FOUND IT! From The Sweet Home The Zeroll isn’t dishwasher safe. Often you’ll see that fact associated with the heat conducting core of the scoop, but that’s not really the culprit. The folks at Zeroll were able to explain a bit to me about how the core of the scoop works, and why it isn’t dishwasher safe. According to Zeroll, the fluid is a ...


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In 1983 I had my 1st job at Braum's in Bartlesville store # 13. They are numbered in the order they were built. Anyway I asked that same question back then and the assistant manager told me they have mercury in them and mercury when heated up sweals . I not to sure how true that is but it could explain the warning though . It's just way dangerous in my opion ...


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I don't know if you have made butter emulsions before, but they are quite temperature sensitive. It is like making a mayonnaise. The recipe doesn't describe it in so many words, but what you were supposed to do is to keep the ice cream base at a temperature above the melting point of butter, 50 Celsius would have been a good point. Then you'd need to have ...


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Looking at the ingredients in step 3, my guess is that the sour cream is causing the milk to curdle, possibly made worse by the heat from the melted butter. You might try experimenting with first mixing everything except the sour cream together, then letting it cool completely, and then slowly whisking in the sour cream. You might also try slowly heating ...



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