Disclaimer: I received this item for free in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.
This is an awesome item that I am going to get a lot of use out of. The first item I made was whipped cream – because that was pretty simple but I intend to use it for foams and other molecular gastronomy creations. It is one pint which makes quite a bit and is a good size for the home cook. Those who want one of these for large parties might need a bigger one – or order two. I keep mine in the refrigerator so it is ready to go whenever I am ready to use it.
The body and head are all-aluminum however the nozzles and caps are plastic. It does take the standard 8 gram isi cartridges which do not come with this.
It says not to use C02 at the top – and I wonder why. I would love to be able to make carbonated fruit with this. That was another reason I wanted one of these whippers.
Be sure to read the directions carefully. This is a learning curve if you have not used one of these before. It only took me a couple seconds to figure out what I was doing wrong though and it was due to misunderstanding the instructions.
I love mine! It is easy to use, easy to clean and the whipped cream has lasted about a week so far.
Disclaimer: I did receive this item for free in exchange for my honest, unbiased review. All opinions are my own.
YouTube Video Review
Sheri Ann Richerson from ExperimentalHomesteader.com talks about the EurKitchen Professional Grade Artisanal Whipped Cream Dispenser that she received for review and shows how to use it to make whipped cream.
Sheri Ann Richerson is a long time YouTube and more recently a vlogger living in Indiana. She posts videos about: Homesteading Topics, Gardening, Cooking, Food Preservation, Crafting, Animals, Tag Videos, Product Reviews, Hauls, DIY Videos and More!
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