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If the whipped cream from your dispenser has a metallic taste, you may have used the wrong gas. Nitrous oxide (N2O) is needed to whip cream, while carbon dioxide (CO2) can alter its taste and produce a metallic flavor. Additionally, it is important to replace N2O regularly since old gas can affect the whipping process and taste of the cream.
Several factors can cause fresh cream to clog in the dispenser. The most common cause is over-shaking (which can turn heavy cream into butter). You can gently shake the dispenser to relieve clogs or soak it in warm water for a few minutes to melt any blockages.
This is typically caused by inadequate shaking or insufficient gas. The second reason may be a clogged dispenser. Soak the nozzle in warm water for several minutes and then try again.
When there is a gas leak, you should check the washer (a circular transparent rubber piece) located inside the dispenser cap and ensure that it is correctly positioned and clean. If this washer is damaged, replace it to fix the leak.
If you have overfilled your dispenser with gas, it may become difficult or impossible to open and operate properly. You can try soaking the head of the dispenser in warm water for a few minutes to loosen it up appropriately. Do not forcefully disassemble any components of your whipped cream dispenser as this may cause damage.
Choosing a high-quality whipped cream dispenser can help reduce its likelihood of malfunctioning.