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Posted: 12/16/2016 9:13:36 AM EDT
Soon we'll see pre-ban cans of whipped cream on the EE. 

Conagra Foods confirmed that there is currently a nationwide shortage of whipped topping products. 
http://www.foxnews.com/food-drink/2016/12/15/nitrous-oxide-shortage-sends-canned-whipped-cream-lovers-into-frenzy.html
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 9:17:18 AM EDT
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Whipped cream is crazy easy to make at home. My wife makes it at home all the time, and its better than store bought.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 9:18:46 AM EDT
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Link Posted: 12/16/2016 9:21:33 AM EDT
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That's easily the most common thing I make in my stand mixer.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 9:22:06 AM EDT
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Heavy cream, powdered sugar in a bowl.
Practice dick beating skills.
?
Profit
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 9:22:51 AM EDT
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Not very many people make whipped cream. I'm sure GD is the exception as always though.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 9:31:07 AM EDT
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Link Posted: 12/16/2016 9:37:57 AM EDT
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Link Posted: 12/16/2016 9:44:08 AM EDT
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I may have been in a room full of people doing whip-it's in high school, and I may have seen them using a stripped out cracker to get the NOS in a balloon, and I may have screamed like a little girl when they were jamming the cracker against a table to hold the whip-it in the cracker when it slipped over and fired out across the room and hitting one of my friends square in the chest.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 9:51:29 AM EDT
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I'm neckbearding nitrous. Stores more readily than my meth.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 9:58:47 AM EDT
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While I have made my own share of whipped cream with a whisk, I also have an Isi brand cream whipper and a decent sized pack of nitrous chargers. Its a whipped cream bottle you fill yourself. Amazon price on the chargers seems to be a bout $.50 a piece, which is cheaper than what I paid for the exact ones on amazon 4 years ago.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 10:21:12 AM EDT
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I may have been in a room full of people doing whip-it's in high school, and I may have seen them using a stripped out cracker to get the NOS in a balloon, and I may have screamed like a little girl when they were jamming the cracker against a table to hold the whip-it in the cracker when it slipped over and fired out across the room and hitting one of my friends square in the chest.
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Were you skipping your English class? 
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 10:22:05 AM EDT
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For once I'm on the leading edge of a trend.  I already have 3 qts of whipping cream and  two bottles of the pressurized whipped cream in the fridge.  I may have to sell on EE if the panic actually hits.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 10:25:03 AM EDT
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Ain't nobody in da hood got time for that.  I'm sure that food stamps will pay for canned whip cream. 
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 10:32:38 AM EDT
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Good maybe the guys at work wont be getting high on them for awhile
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 10:42:26 AM EDT
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You should be happy I had a delightful little story for you otherwise dull thread.  Does anyone really care about a whipped cream shortage or who makes their own?  Nope.  It's about as interesting as people who are grammar nazi's on the internet.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 10:43:17 AM EDT
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Heavy Cream, evaporate milk, sweetener, blender, fridge, boom
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 10:49:27 AM EDT
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There is still cool whip right. Haven't used that stuff in a can for many many years. I only by cool whip once a year for my once a year indulgence of pumpkin pie on Thanksgiving.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 10:54:01 AM EDT
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In before the federal government starts putting people in prison for felony possession of nitrous oxide.

For the children.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 11:02:49 AM EDT
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Link Posted: 12/16/2016 11:04:25 AM EDT
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I loved Cool Whip as a kid. Once I read the ingredients, I could never enjoy it again.

It's whipped Crisco with sweetener. Rediwhip is real cream.

Whipped cream in a mixer isn't as good as when it's aerated with nitrous, imho.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 11:16:29 AM EDT
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Why you no Kitchenaid?

Kharn
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 11:19:35 AM EDT
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Whipped Cream comes in a can?
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 11:21:46 AM EDT
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It's just basic kitchen stuff.  Hell, it ain't even "cooking".  It's just mixing ingredients.

Try it. Homemade whipped cream is delicious.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 11:22:38 AM EDT
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I'm a single guy.
KA's are too large and too expensive.
I mainly use my stand mixer for kneading bread doughs and this small Bosch cost less than $150 (when I bought it) and has a 400 watt motor compared to the lessor expensive (but still expensive) KA 275 watt motor.
Plus all of the online horror stories of the KA's breaking down while trying to knead dense bread dough.
This little Bosch compact works great for me and doesn't take up much space.
Plus it gets pretty good reviews:
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Link Posted: 12/16/2016 11:23:30 AM EDT
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Same here. Anyone who buys it is an idiot.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 11:25:40 AM EDT
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You put white plastic all over your pumpkin pie and eat it? Fucking disgusting....
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 11:27:29 AM EDT
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Heavy Cream + Confectionery Sugar + Vanilla Extract = PIE!











Link Posted: 12/16/2016 11:28:24 AM EDT
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Cool whip has no cream or other dairy products.  
The stuff in the can is more whipped cream than cool whip
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 11:29:28 AM EDT
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I made some myself one time. I didn't think it was too hard and it was delicious. I used it on Tiramisu waffles. mmmmm....
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 11:32:54 AM EDT
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My poor sometimes startlingly naive wife was gifted one of those DIY whipped cream bottle things that use the nitrous cylinders to charge.  She couldn't figure out why they treated her like a crackhead when she went to get refills.  

Love that woman, just wish the world was as nice a place as she sometimes assumes it is.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 11:34:28 AM EDT
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What is that thing on the right?
Did you make it too?

Looks like a chocolate peanut butter pie.    When I worked at US Steel, they used to have that on occasion in the salaried dining room.  I think the pies wwre actually made somewhere else in pittsburgh, but they were awesome.  They did have a chef at each of the plants who made most of the other stuff.  Some guys were better than at other plants.  I don't know if they had one at the headquaerters building for the employees there (I'm sure the CEO had his own).   It was a heck of a deal - $28 a month if you worked steady daylight, $7 if you worked turns and only got to eat there one or two weeks out of the month.  All you could eat, salad bar if you didn't like the entree, or build a sandwich.  It was the thing I missed most when I quit to work somewhere else.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 11:38:39 AM EDT
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I'll bet the Russians have something to do with this.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 11:40:59 AM EDT
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When we owned coffee shops, had to restrict the number of cartridges we left at the stores because they would disappear quickly if we left more than a few boxes. One of the girls actually called and asked me to stop at the head shop to pick up some whip-its because they were running low.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 11:41:53 AM EDT
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What is that thing on the right?
Did you make it too?

Looks like a chocolate peanut butter pie.    When I worked at US Steel, they used to have that on occasion in the salaried dining room.  I think the pies wwre actually made somewhere else in pittsburgh, but they were awesome.  They did have a chef at each of the plants who made most of the other stuff.  Some guys were better than at other plants.  I don't know if they had one at the headquaerters building for the employees there (I'm sure the CEO had his own).   It was a heck of a deal - $28 a month if you worked steady daylight, $7 if you worked turns and only got to eat there one or two weeks out of the month.  All you could eat, salad bar if you didn't like the entree, or build a sandwich.  It was the thing I missed most when I quit to work somewhere else.
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Chocolate almond pie with whipped cream and salted caramel sauce drizzled on top.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 11:49:04 AM EDT
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Same here. Anyone who buys it is an idiot.
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You wouldn't say that if you saw my hound jump up and run into the kitchen at the slightest sound of Rediwhip being dispensed.

It'll bring him faster than an American cheese wrapper.

Also, it's not nearly as fun to spoon whipped cream on to a girl's naughty parts as it is to squirt it on there.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 12:01:52 PM EDT
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Cool whip has no cream or other dairy products.  
The stuff in the can is more whipped cream than cool whip
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Cool whip has no cream or other dairy products.  
The stuff in the can is more whipped cream than cool whip

Well then it's GTG for those of us that are lactose intolerant.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 12:06:41 PM EDT
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Cool WHip is not cream.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 12:08:04 PM EDT
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Cool WHip is not cream.
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There is still cool whip right. Haven't used that stuff in a can for many many years. I only by cool whip once a year for my once a year indulgence of pumpkin pie on Thanksgiving.

Cool WHip is not cream.

Never said it was, it's just what I use for my once a year indulgence for my pumpkin pie.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 12:22:29 PM EDT
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I'm a single guy.
KA's are too large and too expensive.
I mainly use my stand mixer for kneading bread doughs and this small Bosch cost less than $150 (when I bought it) and has a 400 watt motor compared to the lessor expensive (but still expensive) KA 275 watt motor.
Plus all of the online horror stories of the KA's breaking down while trying to knead dense bread dough.
This little Bosch compact works great for me and doesn't take up much space.
Plus it gets pretty good reviews:
Bosch Compact Mixer

http://m3.i.pbase.com/o9/72/325172/1/163804923.gqgKyvbz.Mixer.jpg

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KA is too large.  Counter space, concerns.  Just a single guy.  Has a four slice toaster.

[/friendly ribbing]

Sorry, just struck me as funny.  
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 12:23:57 PM EDT
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Were you skipping your English class? 
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I may have been in a room full of people doing whip-it's in high school, and I may have seen them using a stripped out cracker to get the NOS in a balloon, and I may have screamed like a little girl when they were jamming the cracker against a table to hold the whip-it in the cracker when it slipped over and fired out across the room and hitting one of my friends square in the chest.
Were you skipping your English class? 

I think I could figure it out if I knew what a "cracker" was.   it's obvious he's not talking about Ritz.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 12:27:04 PM EDT
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[friendly ribbing]

KA is too large.  Counter space, concerns.  Just a single guy.  Has a four slice toaster.

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Sorry, just struck me as funny.  <img src=http://www.ar15.com/images/smilies/anim_peep.gif border=0 align=middle>
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I'm a single guy.
KA's are too large and too expensive.
I mainly use my stand mixer for kneading bread doughs and this small Bosch cost less than $150 (when I bought it) and has a 400 watt motor compared to the lessor expensive (but still expensive) KA 275 watt motor.
Plus all of the online horror stories of the KA's breaking down while trying to knead dense bread dough.
This little Bosch compact works great for me and doesn't take up much space.
Plus it gets pretty good reviews:
Bosch Compact Mixer

http://m3.i.pbase.com/o9/72/325172/1/163804923.gqgKyvbz.Mixer.jpg

http://m9.i.pbase.com/o9/72/325172/1/163805019.a07D5XwA.Mixer2.jpg


[friendly ribbing]

KA is too large.  Counter space, concerns.  Just a single guy.  Has a four slice toaster.

[/friendly ribbing]

Sorry, just struck me as funny.  <img src=http://www.ar15.com/images/smilies/anim_peep.gif border=0 align=middle>


Lol, the toaster was a free gift from my company health care benefits package for playing their silly wellness check-off program...
I most certainly wasn't going to throw out a free four slice Cuisinart toaster - even though I do only use one slot.... 
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 12:28:43 PM EDT
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While I have made my own share of whipped cream with a whisk, I also have an Isi brand cream whipper and a decent sized pack of nitrous chargers. Its a whipped cream bottle you fill yourself. Amazon price on the chargers seems to be a bout $.50 a piece, which is cheaper than what I paid for the exact ones on amazon 4 years ago.
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I have the whip-it brand one.  I'm always out of chargers though

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You should be happy I had a delightful little story for you otherwise dull thread.  Does anyone really care about a whipped cream shortage or who makes their own?  Nope.  It's about as interesting as people who are grammar nazi's on the internet.
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You should be happy I had a delightful little story for you otherwise dull thread.  Does anyone really care about a whipped cream shortage or who makes their own?  Nope.  It's about as interesting as people who are grammar nazi's on the internet.


I enjoyed it.

I may or may have not had a buddy at whose house we would hide in the bushes, and we may or may have not made whip it balloons and may or may not have had them at the ready, and we may or may not have egged adults' cars while at the stop sign, slammed the whipits, and then try to run down the street without falling or getting caught by the angry men that may or may not have gotten out of their car and given chase.
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Not sure if serious...
Why wouldn't you make it at home? It's easy and tastes better than the crap you buy at the grocery store.
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Lol, the toaster was a free gift from my company health care benefits package for playing their silly wellness check-off program...
I most certainly wasn't going to throw out a free four slice Cuisinart toaster - even though I do only use one slot.... <img src=http://www.ar15.com/images/smilies/smiley_abused.gif border=0 align=middle>
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I'm a single guy.
KA's are too large and too expensive.
I mainly use my stand mixer for kneading bread doughs and this small Bosch cost less than $150 (when I bought it) and has a 400 watt motor compared to the lessor expensive (but still expensive) KA 275 watt motor.
Plus all of the online horror stories of the KA's breaking down while trying to knead dense bread dough.
This little Bosch compact works great for me and doesn't take up much space.
Plus it gets pretty good reviews:
Bosch Compact Mixer

http://m3.i.pbase.com/o9/72/325172/1/163804923.gqgKyvbz.Mixer.jpg

http://m9.i.pbase.com/o9/72/325172/1/163805019.a07D5XwA.Mixer2.jpg


[friendly ribbing]

KA is too large.  Counter space, concerns.  Just a single guy.  Has a four slice toaster.

[/friendly ribbing]

Sorry, just struck me as funny.  <img src=http://www.ar15.com/images/smilies/anim_peep.gif border=0 align=middle>


Lol, the toaster was a free gift from my company health care benefits package for playing their silly wellness check-off program...
I most certainly wasn't going to throw out a free four slice Cuisinart toaster - even though I do only use one slot.... <img src=http://www.ar15.com/images/smilies/smiley_abused.gif border=0 align=middle>
<img src=http://www.ar15.com/images/smilies/icon_smile_big.gif border=0 align=middle>


I was just thinking, "Well, maybe he's really serious about toast."  
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 6:52:38 PM EDT
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I think I used like 6 cans worth of NO2 today while getting some dental work done.
Sorry guys, you'll just have to live with Cool Whip.

Kharn
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