Advice for homemade ice cream makers

07/1/2005 | Florida Times-Union (Jacksonville), The

The process for homemade, hand-cranked ice cream "is a very complex system," says Bruce Tharp, an industrial ice cream consultant and adjunct professor who teaches a class on ice cream making at Penn State University. The all-American treat finds some of its biggest fans on July Fourth, but a Ben & Jerry's product developer advises would-be homemade makers that adding too much fat to a recipe, such as chunks of peanut butter, would actually cause "buttering off" and make the ice cream too hard.

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