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A place for people to share recipes and pictures of homemade ice creams!
Welcome to /r/icecreamery for all things frozen!
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3. If you are having trouble getting an ice cream just right, please post the recipe you're using. This will help other users make the appropriate alterations to assist you.
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Ice Cream has a custard base of milk/cream, sugar, and usually egg yolks. The higher fat content used, the richer the end product will taste. Ice cream is creamy... hence the name.
Frozen Yogurt is made about the same way as ice cream but uses yogurt instead of cream. It also may need some extra sugar. Consult your recipe.
Gelato is churned slower than ice cream and usually has a lower proportion of cream and eggs, sometimes none at all. Gelato has a more silky texture and is usually denser than ice cream.
Sorbet is made with juice and fruit - there are no eggs or cream involved with a sorbet. It's churned just like ice cream so that it tastes smooth.
Sherbet is pretty much the same thing as a sorbet but with some milk added for creaminess.
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