#1

Living on the edge
Highly recommend the Ninja Creami NC300 Ice Cream maker...check it out if you haven't already.
I hear it's impossible to find one in the US right now. Made famous by TikTok.

Great for people who want to control the ingredients in their ice cream, has 7 settings ranging from ice
cream to sorbets, gelato and soft serve ice cream...and then some. Specially people with Keto, No-Dairy
kind of preferences...but works for anyone.

I use Keto friendly ingredients: almond milk, allulose, unprocessed cacao, whey protein etc

I've had razors double the cost that didn't give me half the pleasure.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Ninja-CREAMi-...om=/search

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#2
My Vitamix will do what it does and more. And I don't have to prefreeze anything other than the ingredients. Ninja does make some pretty good products. I really like my coffee bar drip coffeemaker, and 6 in one multi-cooker.

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(07-10-2023, 03:10 PM)chevyguy Wrote: My Vitamix will do what it does and more. And I don't have to prefreeze anything other than the ingredients. Ninja does make some pretty good products. I really like my coffee bar drip coffeemaker, and 6 in one multi-cooker.

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Vitamix is possibly the best kitchen related purchase we’ve ever made. Had for going on 25 years. Worth every penny.
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(07-11-2023, 02:32 AM)Marko Wrote:
(07-10-2023, 03:10 PM)chevyguy Wrote: My Vitamix will do what it does and more. And I don't have to prefreeze anything other than the ingredients. Ninja does make some pretty good products. I really like my coffee bar drip coffeemaker, and 6 in one multi-cooker.

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Vitamix is possibly the best kitchen related purchase we’ve ever made. Had for going on 25 years. Worth every penny.
They are awesome. I just made some pizza dough in my 5300 on Sunday. It makes my morning smoothie too. Just so versatile, even grinds coffee

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(07-11-2023, 08:58 AM)chevyguy Wrote:
(07-11-2023, 02:32 AM)Marko Wrote:
(07-10-2023, 03:10 PM)chevyguy Wrote: My Vitamix will do what it does and more. And I don't have to prefreeze anything other than the ingredients. Ninja does make some pretty good products. I really like my coffee bar drip coffeemaker, and 6 in one multi-cooker.

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Vitamix is possibly the best kitchen related purchase we’ve ever made. Had for going on 25 years. Worth every penny.
They are awesome. I just made some pizza dough in my 5300 on Sunday. It makes my morning smoothie too. Just so versatile, even grinds coffee

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That thing is versatile, it's nice when products work that well.
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#6

Living on the edge
(This post was last modified: 07-11-2023, 03:40 PM by Tester28.)
Yeah Vita is great but its not sure if it's an ice cream maker in the true sense of the word...it's designed to do a LOT more.

The Ninja gizmo is designed to be a low-cost version of a Pacojet...a high-end machine that costs around 4 grand and is used in
restaurant kitchens for "pacotizing"—micro-pureeing ingredients with up to approx. 1 bars of air pressure, to create ultra-fine
and airy textures.

Different technology altogether...but as long as you enjoy the output...who cares.

But in a nutshell: with Vitamin first you blend your ingedients, then freeze.
With Ninja Creami, you freeze the blended ingredients first (for 24 hours)...then you pacotize it.

https://www.forbes.com/2010/10/06/pacoje...d%20online.
#7

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Central Maine
Yes the Vita MIx is definitely NOT an ice cream maker, But it will do it. I've had a VitaMix ever since my dad bought "my" first one at the NY Worlds Fair in the '60s. I won't be without one. I never though to use it for my keto ice cream, I always made sorbet with it before keto. But sure, it'll make ice cream that I can eat. Thanks for pulling my head out of my butt on that. It was a duhhhh! moment. So obvious and yet so invisible.

I really have no need or room for another appliance, but others will find the Ninja post of value.

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