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    preparing fresh whipped cream

    I bought a whipped cream dispenser/maker and during our inaugural try we forget to add sugar. Need I say the taste was rather blah? Could anyone recommend a good recipe....adding sugar (how much) or adding flavored syrups? Even though I anticipate going through a lot of cream and chargers I believe the customers will appreciate fresh rather than the canned stuff.

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    Try using syrups...monin whipped creams rock!! Call them at Tel: (727) 461-3033...Irish cream is a good idea for the up-coming holiday!
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    I use 10 pumps ( about 2.5 oz) of vanilla,,,or chocko
    If your java tastes bitter: ASK QUESTIONS.
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    If you want to use sugar, try powdered sugar. It gives you the right amount of sweetness without the gritiness. Flavored syrups are also good. We've gone with the 3 basic flavors from time to time. One is Vanilla, Strawberry, and Chocolate. If you really want to dress things up try using all 3 in an iced mocha or whatever type of iced drink. Very special :P
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    Tealover should be banned

    How rude and uncalled for. I assume you are not welcome to make post anymore. If you are able to post, conside me a non-friend. I don't assume anything upfront, and Tealover you showed your colors upfront.
    If your java tastes bitter: ASK QUESTIONS.
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    I know this has been said before- but it is very difficult to imagine a well balanced, normal person wasting their own time and others by posting as you do (I am refering to Tea lover). Go and find another sandpit to play in.
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    I have a 1/2 liter fresh make whiped cream thiing and I use about 3oz of syrup for the flavored type e.g. vanilla, and about the same for chockolate ....but for chocko I use the sause...I also use Davici for all my syrupa and sauces..Now for my MOcha recipe: I'll NEVER tell..hehe
    If your java tastes bitter: ASK QUESTIONS.
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    I like whipped cream, its nice

 

 

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