September 14th, 2011
Industrial Ice Cream Machines
Home-made ice cream is a beloved piece of Americana. Most of us can recall sitting around a small hand-cranked ice cream maker as kids, helping our parents pour ice and rock salt into the machine, watching in fascination as the unlikely mixture of milk and sugar turned into our favorite frozen treat. Ice cream never seemed to taste as good as when it was home-made.
Many of today’s ice cream parlor owners want to duplicate that treasured home-made taste in the product they serve. However, it’s almost impossible to churn out large amounts of ice cream from scratch on a daily basis using traditional methods. The dilemma then becomes one of how to create that home-made flavor while using the industrial production methods necessary to make large batches of ice cream.