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That is popular. COT is acidic, so often lemon juice or vinegar is used, in equal amounts teaspoon for teaspoon. Another is baking powder (not baking soda) but use about 1/3 more of it.

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Can baking powder be substituted for cream of tartar? If so, will it cause cookies to raise? I want to make sugar cookies that are thin and crisp.


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How do I freeze cream cheese?


It isn't something I have done before but I have frozen cheese a few times. The taste isn't much affected but the consistency is altered somewhat so a firm cheese turns into a crumbly cheese.
Yoghourt freezes quite well and can make an excellent ice cream substitute so I expect cream cheese will be similar.

I suggest the cream cheese is divided into portions and placed into individual food bags or containers and then placed in the freezer.

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Out of cream of tartar. What can I use from my cupboard to substitute?


see here
http://www.fitday.com/fitness-articles/nutrition/healthy-eating/substitutes-for-cream-of-tartar.html
or
http://frugalliving.about.com/od/makeyourowningredients/qt/Cream-Of-Tartar-Substitute.htm
or any of a number of articles.

Possibly the function of cream of tartar in ice cream making is to stablise egg whites so the ice cream is similar in texture to whipped cream or meringue so you might try "use an equal amount of white vinegar or lemon juice, or omit the cream of tartar entirely". Have fun experimenting !

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Simple Vanilla Ice Cream from recipe booklet is still staying liquidy. Have done everything as instructed. Ingredients are well chilled and ice cream bucket has been in the freezer for two days. Have had...


Your freezer is not cold enough. I had a heck of a time with this machine the first few attempts, when I was in storing it in my main freezer (less cold than the one in my garage). Then i froze the bowl in my garage freezer - it is set to below 32 degrees Farenheit and is designed for long-term storage (gives anything I put in it major freezer burn). When the freezer is set to a low enough temperature, you will find that even 14 minutes is plenty of time to acheive the desired ice cream consistency in the ICE-45 (without having to pre-chill the ingredients).

Other things to check:
Make sure you are using heavy whipping cream and not half-and-half or other substitute.
Make sure that you wait until you are ready to pour the ingredients into the bowl BEFORE taking the bowl out of the freezer.

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Any water is going to solidify the mixture. Make sure you use heavy whipping cream, and not half-and-half or some other substitute.

As far as the mixture freezing onto freezer bowl - use the supplied spatula to try to scrape it off, but I generally have to count that portion out as lost. Running warm water over it will quickly wash it off.

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