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Firstly, dispense half of the bottle's volume with cream, and reserve the remaining half for nitrous oxide. Otherwise, the inflation process will be meaningless. Next, attach the bottle cap and cream dispenser nozzle, tighten them, and vigorously shake the bottle up and down for 3 to 5 times to thoroughly blend the gas and cream. Finally, dispense the whipped cream into a container to achieve its desired shape.
How do I clean the cream dispenser after the cream has run out? If I dismantle it, will all the gas escape at once? I still have one gas cartridge left and I'm afraid to remove it in case all the gas escapes and there's none left for the next day. Do I need to use up the gas cartridge as soon as I attach it?
If there is any leftover cream, use it up before disassembling and cleaning the container. The compressed air cannot be reused and should be fully discharged before cleaning.
Is the implication that once the CO2 cartridge is installed, it must be used up? Will it leak gas if not used up and left until the next day?
No, that's not correct. As long as it is in a tightly screwed magazine, it will not leak gas. What I meant was that one bullet uses one can of cream, and cannot be reused.
How do I clean the cream dispenser after use? If I remove the gas, will it all leak out at once? I have a gas canister that I haven't finished using yet, and I'm afraid that if I take it out, the gas will leak out and there won't be any left for the next day.
If you remove the gas canister, it will definitely leak. You can keep the cream in the fridge for up to a week if you don't finish it in one go. After use, you can remove everything except for the gas canister and clean it thoroughly for next time. Don't make simple things complicated.
I use Nestle light cream and add sugar directly to the cream dispenser. Is this a good way to make whipped cream? However, when I see Starbucks' whipped cream, it looks drier than mine, which looks more oily. What's going on?
Once you've used up all of your cream, there's no point in keeping any leftover gas canisters. Starbucks uses Nestle light cream as well. They usually mix sugar syrup into the cream before pouring it into the dispenser. As long as the gas and cream are fully combined when whipped together, they will produce a dry whipped cream texture.