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How do I use Nitrous Oxide (N2O) canisters (whippets)?

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How do I use Nitrous Oxide (N2O) canisters (whippets)?

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Making delicious whip cream with our nitrous oxide chargers and dispensers is extremely easy. Nitrous Oxide gas is used in the preparation of whipping cream recipes and other foamed creations like espuma and mousse desserts. Do not use the Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Soda chargers you find on our site for whipping cream or espuma preparation, the result will be carbonated cream. Essentially, the stabilizing agents in the liquid bind with the nitrous oxide to create a foam. These stabilizing agents are the milk fats, gelatins, or other components. Nitrogen is a naturally occurring gas in the air we breathe, and in fact accounts for approximately 80% of our atmosphere (For a nice explanation, try this very link to Worsley Science ). This gas is responsible for binding to the milk fats when you prepare the whipped cream with a whisk. The whip cream canisters and nitrous oxide chargers we sell make the process much easier and more predictable. Each charger contains 8 grams of nitrous oxide which

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