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comment How to avoid 'fake tasting' fruit
This makes sense to me - it wasn't particularly sweet (I used a similar amount of sugar as when I make strawberry ice cream) - I'll try pitting them before freezing in the future!
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comment How to avoid 'fake tasting' fruit
@talon this was my first attempt at cherry ice cream, and they've been frozen for a couple of weeks now so I couldn't be sure about how different they taste other than to say that pre-freezing they were nice!!
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comment How to avoid 'fake tasting' fruit
@marti,@brad - sorry if not clear - I used a real punnet of cherries frozen (with stones) and then defrosted, blended and added to the custard base. The cherries were lovely when they went into the freezer (I ate another batch bought at the same time from the same place and they were delicious!)
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comment UK alternative to corn syrup?
Usually baking - but when using the golden syrup it tends ot make everything much stickier than I expect it to - however as I don't really know what corn syrup is it could be turning out how it should be!