Ray Peat Ice Cream Recipe

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  1. charlie

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    --Ray Peat
     
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    Here is another ice cream recipe I found online that I am going to try.


     
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    I made this - it was sensational! Thanks for posting Charlie. :D
     
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    Would love to make my own (probiotic) hopefully delicious icecream,as Haagen Dasz isn't for sale in the neighborhood.
    I can't get powdered milk or cream,so I was wondering if I can substitute the cream or milk with buttermilk,coconutmilk or kefir?
     
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    Anyone tried making Peat´s ice cream with coconut milk and no egg?
     
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    Don't know about coconutmilk but think it'll be possible,I did stumble upon this recipe however:

    half small banana, 2 2 tablespoons coconutbutter/cream (not sure if she means 2 or 22),1 tblspoon sugar and cinnamon to taste. Blend it all to a smooth consistency,transfer to a tray and put in fridge till it hardens.
    I imagine you could leave out or substitute banana for other fruit,I guess
     
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    Blackcurrant Ice Cream (with added gelatine)
    After asking questions about berries in another thread, last night I made blackcurrant icecream and it's SERIOUSLY delicious.
    Using Ray Peat's ice cream recipe minus the powdered milk, plus:

    250g frozen blackcurrants
    225g sugar
    A bit of water to wet the pan
    Cook for 40 mins, strain through sieve.

    (The strained berries made a lovely gummy jam on their own.)

    Add berry jam to ice cream mix,
    Also add gelatine: enough to set 570ml/1 pint of liquid.

    Ice cream is bright purple, delicious, with a heavenly texture :claporange

    n.b. when cooking sugar, wait until all the sugar is dissolved before bringing to the boil.
     
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    I know there are a lot op peatarians who like haagen dasz vanilla,but saw today at their site tat. It contains transfats.....is that true?i wonder from what seeing the ingredients
     
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    CLA is a naturally occurring fat in all dairy products and is technically a trans fatty acid but is anticancer because of its shape. It's a good thing. ;)
     
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    Here ya go!
    http://detoxinista.com/2012/09/chocolat ... ice-cream/

    I guess you can substitute the cacao for any ingredient/flavor....vanilla,mashed banana or whatever fruit....
     
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    I like the relative simplicity of this (in comparison to another recipe I was using that called for the cream to be heated, so it means you need to leave it to cool, and/or mess around with ice baths before you can put it in to freeze). I also like the fact that it makes use of the whites.

    I have a batch using the above recipe freezing away now.

    (I couldn't get the whites to stiffen though - possibly contaminated with yolk? - I don't know if that will hurt the ice-cream, but it's another reason why I would be terrible at making meringue).


    My egg separation skills leave something to be desired - I used the funnel technique. I suppose if I start making ice-cream on a regular basis, it might be worth investing in one of those egg separator gadgets.

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    egg white stiffening tips

    I was beating by hand which perhaps didn't help, and perhaps it was yolk contamination that was a problem.

    EDIT2:

    stiffen egg whites by hand
     
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    To separate white, I crack the egg, then juggle the yolk back and forth between the 2 shells. The white peels right off.
     
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    That looks great when other people do it.... :):
    But I am the original Mr Clumsy....

    Will give it a try next time though.
     
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    :rolling

    I do it every morning now so I guess I got practice. I think after doing it a few times you will get the hang of it.
     
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    I made this recipe tonight, it was definitely the best recipe! I made a quadruple batch, but used 12 eggs, not 16, just because I didn't want to use up all my eggs. I was wondering about adding gelatin to it. Has anyone ever done that?
     
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    What does it mean to warm ?
     
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    How do you warm the blended egg and sugar ? on a pan ?
     
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