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I've never tried it, but because of the low fat content I would say no. If you wanted a non-dairy alternative, I think coconut milk would be the way to go.
Nov 1, 2013 by WordGirl
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Yes, it is made in China according to the label on the unit.
May 31, 2014 by Maestro
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Is this 220volt? Oct 30, 2013
This is 110VAC only - primarily North America. 220VAC will fry the unit plus the plug is not compatible for 220VAC. If it is NOT available in a 220VAC appliance in Europe (or elsewhere) you could use a Heavy Duty converter. This is not recommended as the unit draws significant amperage on start-up and could fry the appliance and converter.
Oct 30, 2013 by Richard Crutchlow
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I've had peanut butter and coffee ice cream in the freezer for 3 months now and it's still good.
Dec 17, 2013 by Jessica Benson
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I have the KitchenAid freezer bowl and am looking at the Cuisinart because I have had problems with the other. The main issue is that it takes much longer than the 20-30 minute stated time. In fact, one batch never did get beyond slush and I had the bowl in the freezer days before I made the ice cream.
Jun 30, 2011 by Dana Thompson
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can i make 1 quart? Jul 7, 2014
Yes you can. When trying a new recipe i am unsure of i will do just a quart.
Jul 9, 2014 by C. Brough
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Yes. I have grandsons with lots of allergies, dairy being one. I got one for my daughter so she could make ice cream for them. She uses coconut or almond milk.
Dec 30, 2013 by Mary Eileen Snow
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Hasn't been an issue for me. Have made ice cream and frozen custard.
Jul 3, 2013 by Prisoner zero
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No, One bowl one batch, then refreeze and depending on your freezer the length of time to use again, I have 2 bowls for 2 batches, You should also keep the bowl in the coldest part of the freezer for best results.
Sep 9, 2013 by Robert W Gattman
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The machine sits on the counter. A freezer bowl is inserted in the machine. It is best to freeze the bowl for 24 hours prior to using. The machine is slightly larger that a drip coffee maker.
Jun 29, 2013 by William Ewing
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