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Applications of Smartwhip in gastronomy
Cream dispensers compatibility
Smartwhip is compatible with most cream dispensers on the market Smartwhip has made the connection between its system and a cream dispenser a breeze. The cream dispenser head part where you would normally screw on the small cream charger with its holder, is now replaced with an easy custom adapter. The custom adapter comes with the Smartwhip pressure regulator and makes any brand cream dispenser compatible with the system.
Cream produced is too thick
Cream produced is too thick This may have been due to overshaking the cream dispenser. Note that the recommended time of doing this is around 10-15 seconds.#
Cream produced is too runny
Cream produced is too runny If the cream produced is too runny, this could mean that it needs more time for the reaction between the gas and liquid inside the dispenser to take place. To reach the desired thickness, hold the cream dispenser upside down and shake vigorously for 10-15 seconds. If it is still too runny, this may indicate that the maximum content of the cream dispenser was reached.
How exactly does nitrous oxide react with food?
How exactly does nitrous oxide react with food? Nitrous Oxide is approved for use as a food additive (also known as E942), specifically as an aerosol spray propellant. Nitrous Oxide is extremely soluble in fatty compounds, including cream and other substances used for cooking. In a cream dispenser, the gas is dissolved in the substance, and until the dispenser is used the substance inside remains in its liquid state. Once the cream dispenser is used and the substance reaches the air (when