Whipped Cream That Remains Firm
Do you recall a moment in which the cream you invested a lot of time in starts splaying half an hour later? This situation is unfortunate. But luckily, there is a solution for every problem. A good Cream Charger and an equally good whipped cream siphon can do. It would help if you had a stabilizer to ensure your whipped cream remains firm, and a simple thing like gelatin can also serve your purpose.
Finding gelatin won’t be that difficult as you can quickly get it from a nearby grocery store. However, you can’t add gelatin just like that to the other ingredients already present in your cream dispenser. You will have to put in a little bit of effort. Just check out the following steps:
- You will need to sprinkle gelatin powder over the water and heat the mixture in a microwave. This way, the gelatin will begin to melt, and once it is fully dissolved, you will have to wait until it is completely cool.
- Put the dissolved gelatin in your whipper.
- Shake vigorously before letting N2O play it is part.
The story, though, does not end here.
What if you wish to follow an out-and-out vegetarian approach and have reservations about using gelatin? There are alternatives to bring you out of this difficulty. A seaweed-based thickener called ‘Agar Agar’ that has no flavor has risen in popularity in recent years across the world. It is trendy in Japan, called ‘kanten.’ The modus operandi remains the same.
The previous is the key to keeping your whipped cream thick and firm for long.
Now, the instruments you use to prepare whipped cream are long-term investments, so you have to choose them wisely. Fast gas 615gr, for instance, is of the best options you can think of if you are looking to buy in bulk or if you want to make the refill process a breeze.
Lastly, buying something like Fast Gas Cream Charger will make more if you reject traditional chargers of 8 gr available in the market. Fast gas offers an easy one-click system.
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