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Making Your First Batch using an Ice Cream Maker
First have all your ingredients chilling in the refrigerator.
Second prepare your ice by filling a cloth bag and breaking it into coarse pieces using a mallet or hammer.
Third, using your White Mountain Ice Cream Freezer, place your stainless steel cream can into the wooden tub so that it rests easily on the metal tub center in the bottom of the tub. Insert your dasher in the can making sure that the protrusion on the bottom of the cream can fits into the socket of the dasher.
Fourth pour your recipe into the cream can, never filling the ice cream maker can more than half full. Assemble the can cover and turn the dasher stem with your fingers until it turns freely.
Fifth place the gear-frame into position by grasping the gear-frame and engage the dasher stem into the socket of the gear-frame. If you have a hand crank White Mountain Ice Cream freezer, slide the cranking end into the tub ear. The opposite end of the gear-frame fits into the tub latch. Gently push the thumb latch down until the gear-frame is snug. If you own an electric unit, be sure to hold the unit with the label facing you. Insert the right side of the unit into the steel ear and the left side (marked latch end) fits into the latch, Gently push the thumb latch down until unit is secure.
Finally it is time to fill the ice cream makers wooden tub with ice. Fill your tub to the top of the can with ice. Crank or run your motor for about 2 minutes so that the can chills evenly. Add cups of rock salt to the top of the ice. As the ice melts down 2 to inches, add more ice and 2 more cups of salt.
The amount of ice and rock salt you use will vary according to the ambient air temperature. Do not increase your salt usage until you have churned the ice cream freezer for 10 minutes. After 10 minutes you should notice the cream becoming firmer At this point, if too much salt is used the result will be excessive freezing to the extent that a crust of frozen cream will fore, on the inside edge of the can while the middle will remain liquid. If this occurs, allow the brine to warm up and thereafter decrease the amount of salt added when you add ice to the ice cream maker.
NOTE: Occasionally, your White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers dasher blade screws may loosen allowing the blades to move more than 1/8" from the dasher. Simply screw the blades down to 1/8" and resume freezing.
The Old-fashioned Way
White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers
Purchased directed from the factory.
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