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Anonymous 2014-08-14 08:43:37 No.681493

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Is there something I can do to make my ice cream freeze and not be a cream?

My fridge is not very strong.


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Anonymous 2014-08-14 08:47:00 No.681497
>>681493
Pack it in ice.

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Build a Cooler 2014-08-14 11:34:18 No.681554
Get a TEC module from ebay, put 2 heatsinks, one outside the fridge, one inside. Attatch fans to both sides, BOOM - One side will get 80C, the other -30C, which is more than enough.

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Anonymous 2014-08-14 11:40:13 No.681555
>>681497
>>681554
>responding to a thread about how to put ice cream in a freezer

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Anonymous 2014-08-14 17:53:54 No.681721
>>681493
>and not be a cream
It's called ice.

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Anonymous 2014-08-14 17:59:44 No.681725
>>681493
Traditionally homemade ice cream has been chilled with a mixture of ice and salt. This gets cold enough to freeze the ice cream solid.

It's not good hard frozen though. It's hard like an ice cube and grainy. So the ice cream machines usually have an agitator to break up the ice crystals to make it smoother. Commercial Ice cream usually has xanthan gum, guar, and/or lecithin added for this same purpose.

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Anonymous 2014-08-14 18:42:56 No.681752
>>681725
>salt

Ice cream fag here, anon is right. Use lots of coarse seat salt.

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Anonymous 2014-08-14 19:19:15 No.681767
>>681752
If you can be arsed, you can re-use the salt by sticking the brine in a tub and leaving it til the water evaporates.

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Anonymous 2014-08-15 16:57:41 No.682228
>>681725
you can use solid CO2 (dry ice) dissolved in rubbing alcohol the same way and you can get almost -100°C , try it if you manage to get your hands on some of the stuff
>>681493
freeze some strawberries
and put them (frozen) in blender with some sugar and little cream or milk or pudding, etc.(something runny) and make semi-frozen smoothie
any blender that's not low-end would do
you can experiment with other fruit, but strawberries works best from my experience

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Anonymous 2014-08-15 17:25:04 No.682247
>>682228
Not OP and this is off-topic, but since it came up, where would be some good places to look for dry ice? I need some for a fog machine chiller and have no idea where to even start.

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Anonymous 2014-08-15 17:35:53 No.682251
>>682247
internet and fast shipping, they ship it in polystyrene box, which insulates relatively well
>fog machine chiller
you mean like a diy AC unit?
that's almost /b/'s magic crystals level of stupid

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Anonymous 2014-08-15 17:41:53 No.682254
>>682251
No, a store-bought fog machine. The idea is to run some pipe into the cooler full of dry ice and let the fog blow into it and roll out the top.

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Anonymous 2014-08-15 17:44:41 No.682255
>>682251
And where do I go for this "internet and fast shipping"?

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Anonymous 2014-08-15 17:45:04 No.682256
>>681493
Mix the ice cream with water.

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Anonymous 2014-08-15 17:52:32 No.682259
>>682255
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=dry+ice+for+sale

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Anonymous 2014-08-15 18:43:17 No.682272
>>682259
I was originally asking more like what kind of store or supplier to even look locally. I'm in a smallish town, would probably be looking at local businesses without much internet presence, and getting time sensitive deliveries like this can be spotty.

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Anonymous 2014-08-15 19:16:50 No.682293
>>682272
>I was originally asking more like what kind of store or supplier to even look locally

Here in the Southeastern US, I can purchase Penguin brand dry ice from Publix or Kroger Grocery stores. Dry ice is too cold for ice cream, as it will freeze the water in the mix solid, but not fast enough to prevent crystals forming. You don't want that. Salt and ice is the way to go.

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Anonymous 2014-08-15 19:49:07 No.682307
>>682293
OK. I used to see it at Kroger, but not lately. Maybe I'll take another look. I was needing it for something other than ice cream. Thanks.

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Anonymous 2014-08-15 19:54:02 No.682312
>>681493

liquid nitrogen. Makes some nice ice cream

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Anonymous 2014-08-15 20:00:01 No.682315
>>682254
Store bought fog machines run on glycol.







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