On 5/29/2013 12:59 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
There were competent, literate, intelligent people called technical
writers at one time if I remember correctly who would review and
proofread all documentation a company supplied to its customers but I
supposed they went away with all the other competent, literate,
intelligent people who were once common in the workforce. o_O
I have the a similar thing. It does take about 24 hours for it to
really freeze through. I've tried it after 8 hours and it did not
work as well. Not sure what is inside the bowl, but some sort of
liquid. I store it in the freezer all the time so it is always ready.
I wonder if the instructions are "universal" and applies to self
contained refrigerated units?
BS--- I wouldn't own a White mountain just because they don't make a
2qt model. [and they cost 3-4 times what that Cuisinart cost]
I'd consider a 2qt electric- but the dumbest idea in the world would
be a 6 quart hand cranked model that might get used once a year--- Vs
my 2 qt Kitchenaid attachment [other than the motor, the same idea as
that Cuisinart] which makes 10-20 batches of fine ice deserts a year
with damn little effort, less mess, and arguably more control.
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