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Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Ice Cream Makers | Ice Cream Freezers | Making Homemade Ice Cream

When it comes to making homemade ice cream you have several options for an ice cream maker.  Depending on how often you and your family like to make up a batch of fresh ice cream you can spend under a hundred to several hundred dollars.

If you make a small batch of homemade ice cream once or twice a year you can probably get by just fine with one of those imported freezers being sold in discount stores for under a hundred dollars.

However, if you’re a routine homemade ice cream family or you make a lot of ice cream for social functions purchasing  too cheap may end up with a wasted batch and disappointment.

In order to sell those imports so cheaply manufactures use plastic parts and low end components to maintain their profit margins.

To step up a several notches White Mountain Freezers are a long time popular mainstay.   They come in 4 and 6 qt hand crank or electric models.

If you really want to step up into a USA made freezer with larger sizes the Amish made Country Freezers are made with all USA parts.  They range in size from 1 pint all the way up to a 20 qt 5 gallon size.

A new emerging Amish made freezer called the Immergood uses a fiberglass tub and heavy duty stainless parts.  It currently is only available in a 6 qt in hand crank or equipped with a White Mountain or Country electric motor.   A 8 qt Immergood with a USA made motor is in development for 2015.

You can purchase both White Mountain and the Amish made freezers as well as all the replacement parts for older freezers at CottageCraft

Cottage Craft Works is a unique back-to-basics sustainable living general store with all types of simple gadgets and products to live more self-sufficient.

With over 5000 products people can find some old fashioned hard to find products that are just not available anywhere else.

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