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I was just wondering if there is a way to adjust the amount of froth in the milk. It seems like there should be since it froths really heavily; but the manual doesn't address this issue

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Also, try different manoevres when you steam/froth the milk. I swirl mine around quickly and keep the rod near the bottom of the cup - that seems to keep it more steamed (latte) than frothed (cappucino).

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Different types of milk will produce different froth. Skim or 1% milk will produce a lot of froth but it won't last very long, whereas 2% or **** milk will produce less, but the froth will last much longer.
I suggest you experiment with the different types of milk until you find your preference.

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Hi,

You can not adjust the amount of this.

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