Recently I was validated regarding an ongoing problem I've had with a very pricey ice cream machine. Years ago I was gifted with a "Ugolini Minigel", and I often would notice little butter chips in my finished product---definitely something not desireable. I've found more success from using the Donvier type of machines versus my supposedly top of the line machine.
Yesterday for some reason I decided to "google" Ugolini Minigel, and within a minute I found some information that said that high butterfat ice creams made in the Ugolini Minigel will form butter chips, as the dasher mixes with too high a velocity.
So now I know I've not been imagining things, and I feel good about that. I feel "less good" about the new purchase I will be making, because I am way out of the loop when it comes to the top models out there. From on line research I've found two brands which sound interesting. Musso is the first brand, and Nemox is the second.
Any ice cream loving hounds out there??? I would LOVE some feedback.
Cheers and thanks,