iSi One Pint Dessert Whip, White
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- Prepares fresh whipped cream in mere seconds, and it's economical, too; one pint of heavy cream yields up to five times as much whipped cream
- For a special treat, try adding syrup or other favorite ingredients to create a delicious flavored whipped cream or light dessert
- No need for additives or preservatives since it is to make fresh on spot
- Two decorator tips, and a charger holder are included
- Fresh and easy--no more whipping by hand or using aerosol cans with preservatives
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Prepare light whipped cream, delicious desserts, and creative sauces at the touch of a button. Simply fill the dispenser with heavy cream, twist in a cream charger and shake, and press the handle to dispense. For a special treat, add your favorite syrup or liqueur to create a delicious flavored cream. Enjoy with coffee, hot chocolate, ice cream, or as a light dessert. The whipped cream lasts up to two weeks when stored in the dispenser in the refrigerator. Includes a charger and two dispensing nozzles for creating a variety decorative effect.
For cooks who love a decorative touch, this iSi Dessert Whip can’t be beat. In just seconds, a pint of heavy cream yields four pints of whipped cream, ready to add to pies, cakes, coffee, and more. By means of a charger system, the dessert whip also churns out light and airy sauces, chocolate mousse, and tiramisu. A recipe booklet is included along with two styles of decorator tips that let the imagination run loose. Nitrous oxide (N2O) chargers are sold separately. --Ann Bieri
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This is a quality tool for the kitchen that will last for many years. Between the all-metal construction, precision-machined valve, tough lid seal, and the internal coating, it's simply as good as any professional-quality equipment I've ever owned. It's easy to disassemble too, making cleaning a breeze.
It's probably a good idea to rinse the spout after use, but doing this effectively means unscrewing the spout from the valve. It's not difficult, but a quick-release of some kind would have been a better idea since there's not really any pressure behind the spout itself.
No level indicator. I have to weigh it to know how much is left.
There are few comments about ultra-pasteurized cream not working well in dispensers, but I have used several brands of UP cream without issue in this model. Shake hard 15 times.
Whip-it brand N2O chargers work just fine. They're a little cheaper in bulk.
The finish seems to allow the use of a dry-erase marker for noting an expiration date. It's not quite an actual dry-erase finish, but the scribbling comes off with very little effort.
Unless you like bland whipped cream, you'll want to add sweetener and/or flavoring. I use 1 tsp vanilla and 1/8 tsp stevia. Just so you you've been warned, the genie cannot be put back in the bottle if you forget your additional ingredients after charging. You will need to start again with a new pint of cream since it will foam out of the top like, well, a can of whipped cream as soon as you open it.
Supermarket whipped-cream-in-a-can is full of thickeners, texturizers, preservatives, sugars, and some poor-quality cream. The iSi Dessert Whip lets you make pure, fresh whipped cream. You can sweeten it with a little dissolved sugar, flavor it with vanilla or liqueurs, or try one of the recipes from the booklet that comes in the box. I use it to put whipped cream on pumpkin pie, chocolate pudding, ice cream sundaes, or to make Belgian Waffles on Sunday mornings.
This is my second iSi. My first died after years of heavy use. I tried a competing brand and was disappointed with the poor functionality of the attachments. I had to hold the spout in place with one hand and depress the lever with the other. I was relieved when it broke so I could buy another iSi.
My second iSi had a faulty head valve. I e-mailed the manufacturer and they gave good advice and mailed another head valve, free of charge. It works perfectly now!
Two tips: Do not put granulated or powdered sugar in the iSi. The sugar may clog up the head valve. Dissolve the sugar in a little water first, then add to the cream in the iSi. Sugar does not dissolve in fat very well.
To dispense, hold your iSi *upside down*. The bottom must be higher than the spout, or else some nitrous oxide will escape.
Speaking of which, don't forget to buy a box of nitrous oxide chargers.
My family doesn't eat sugar anymore. We just fill with whipping cream (no sugar). If you eat it w/fresh or frozen fruit and/or sugar-free pudding, nuts, bananas, cranberries, etc., it's as satisfying as ice cream! You don't even notice the wh. cream has no sugar. Also, try adding a little (not too much) cocoa powder. I recommend this product highly!
I wasn't disappointed in the iSi's ability to duplicate that memory. It worked perfectly, and was able to produce real whipped cream for considerably less than a comparable amount of "fake" whipped cream from a frozen tub.
While once you have put your cream mixture into the unit, and pressurized it with the cartridge you need to use it all before it spoils ( at least 10 days with fresh ingredients ), and before you can re-open the pressurized unit, with as good as it tasted, that shouldn't be hard.
It's now been a couple months since I purchased the iSi whipped cream maker, and while I am still happy with the unit, I can't say the same for Axiom Gadgets where I purchased it. They offered a $25 gift certificate for me to take the time to write a 5 star rating for my experience with my purchase, which I did, but have yet to see the gift certificate, and no answer to email asking about it's status. In looking at other reviews of this seller I see that I am not alone. They often offer gift certificates either for 5 star ratings, or as compensation for poor service, but no one seems to ever get the promised certificates. So I stand by my opinion of the iSi whipper, but I would look for a different seller.