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  • #31
    If your in the UK, co-up's "truly irresistible" vanilla ice cream is lush!
    Ingredients
    Whole milk (44%)
    Whipping cream(34%)
    Demera sugar
    Skimmed milk powder
    Pausterized free range egg
    Sugar
    Vanilla extract
    Vanilla powder

    I wasent really impressed with the ingredients for hagen daz or ben and jerrys, most of them have a bunch of nasty stuff in them. And there bleeping exspensive so id exspect better
    Last edited by DinoHunter; 06-03-2012, 02:06 PM.
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    • #32
      Just wanted to add, the Haagen Dazs ice cream with the minimal list of ingredients is specifically "Haagen Dasz Five". It comes in only a limited number of flavors. It's not like ALL HD ice cream is made with only those five ingredients, such as the peanut butter and other flavors that folks mentioned above. I do concur, the Five is some damn good ice cream. I'm very fond of the vanilla, have taken it to several family get-togethers and people have always asked what brand it is, as it's so good. I also really liked the ginger flavor, very subtle and tasty, but according to the HD site here Häagen-Dazs® | Products | Five, it doesn't look like they make this flavor any more.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Gadsie View Post
        Didn't you just tell me you could go through 1-2 pots?
        Yeah, in a week, after weightlifting. I'm more than double your age, remember. Slower metabolism. Your capacity and need for icecream will be at least four times higher than mine. I had a little bit today for flavour and that was plenty, but I was idle and it has been over a week since I went to the gym.
        Last edited by billp; 06-03-2012, 02:45 PM.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by billp View Post
          Check out the ingredients: "Cream, Skim Milk, Sugar, Egg Yolks, Natural Vanilla."
          Thanks for sharing. This is the icecream I plan on making with my kids today:

          2 eggs
          1T water
          300ml Cream
          1/2c sugar
          1/2t Vanilla

          1. Separate the eggs, and beat the whites until stiff. Add half the sugar, then keep beating until shiny.
          2. Add the yolks, water and the rest of the sugar, and beat until frothy.
          3. Whip the cream and vanilla in the bowl you will serve the dessert in.
          4. Fold all three mixtures together, then freeze for 2-6 hours. Fold it about half way through.
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          • #35
            Originally posted by magicmerl View Post
            Thanks for sharing. This is the icecream I plan on making with my kids today:

            2 eggs
            1T water
            300ml Cream
            1/2c sugar
            1/2t Vanilla

            1. Separate the eggs, and beat the whites until stiff. Add half the sugar, then keep beating until shiny.
            2. Add the yolks, water and the rest of the sugar, and beat until frothy.
            3. Whip the cream and vanilla in the bowl you will serve the dessert in.
            4. Fold all three mixtures together, then freeze for 2-6 hours. Fold it about half way through.
            Thanks for the recipe. I will try following it myself next weekend. What do you mean by folding?

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            • #36
              Sorry to say, but I won't touch Häagen Daz anymore--the milk they use is made with milk from cows given bovine growth hormone.

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              • #37
                I am pretty sure those hormones are illegal in Germany and Holland.

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                • #38
                  Uhhhh isn't Haagen Dazs an American product?....
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                  • #39
                    I wish i could have the occasional ice cream indulgence but i wouldn't be able to keep it occasional! I'd end up having a scoop every night, i know what i'm like! So no ice cream for me for now....

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by sakura_girl View Post
                      Uhhhh isn't Haagen Dazs an American product?....
                      You get it everywhere in the world. The tub I have here says it is made in France.

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                      • #41
                        Some people may complain about the soy lecithin content, but Talenti Gelato is my go-to ice cream. Short, recognizable, pronounceable ingredient list and the consistency is divine. Breyers (the original flavors) is another one with a short ingredient list that hubby & the monkey like.
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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by billp View Post
                          You get it everywhere in the world. The tub I have here says it is made in France.
                          Does that necessarily mean the ingredients were sourced locally versus manufactured there?
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                          • #43
                            Kerrygold and Kalona Supernatural should start making ice cream. That would rock.
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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by DinoHunter View Post
                              If your in the UK, co-up's "truly irresistible" vanilla ice cream is lush!
                              Ingredients
                              Whole milk (44%)
                              Whipping cream(34%)
                              Demera sugar
                              Skimmed milk powder
                              Pausterized free range egg
                              Sugar
                              Vanilla extract
                              Vanilla powder

                              I wasent really impressed with the ingredients for hagen daz or ben and jerrys, most of them have a bunch of nasty stuff in them. And there bleeping exspensive so id exspect better
                              Solution: buy an ice cream maker. I made my OWN Ben & Jerry's Chunky Monkey. I don't use recipes and I just throw everything in a bowl when I cook, but this is roughly what I did.

                              Custard:
                              6 egg yolks
                              1 pint heavy cream
                              2 cups whole milk
                              1 cup 1% kefir
                              1 whole vanilla bean pod, sliced and scraped
                              ~1/4 cup organic whole coconut sugar

                              Heat your custard like normal, refrigerate overnight.

                              Stabilizers and anti-freeze:
                              1/8 cup spiced rum
                              1/4 cup vodka
                              1 packet Knox unflavored gelatin (you have to thin it out in probably 1/4 cup very warm whole milk before you add it)
                              Stevia to taste

                              Add all that stuff before churning.

                              At the end of churning, add in:

                              1/2 cup raw walnut halves
                              2 whole bananas, sliced
                              1 3.5 oz 73% dark chocolate bar cut into chunks

                              The best advice I can give:

                              1.) Roast the bananas at 350*F for 20 minutes, turning once at the 10 minute mark. It makes them MUCH sweeter.
                              2.) Melt down the chocolate with a little coconut oil and vanilla extract. Pour onto a plate lined with wax paper so the chocolate is thin. Freeze, then break into chunks by hand.

                              Not only is this about 10 times BETTER than B&J's Chunky Monkey, but it's not bad for you at all and a very sensible dessert. Feel free to replace the whole milk with canned coconut milk if you're lactose intolerant. This was so unbelievably good it's probably best you DON'T make it!
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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by billp View Post
                                I am pretty sure those hormones are illegal in Germany and Holland.
                                Yeah, plus is not like it's considered healthy, it's an occasion 'food'
                                well then

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