Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Now Available: Just Making Ice Cream eBook


Just Making Ice Cream Book


Love ice cream? Wish you could make ice cream at home, but don't have an ice cream maker? Can't decide what ice cream maker to buy? Have food allergies? Trying to watch your sugar-intake? Want to make something more than just vanilla, chocolate or strawberry? This is the book for you!

113 pages and over 70 recipes to choose through all 4 seasons of the year... who says ice cream is only for the summer?! The book starts off with 25 pages about everything you need to know to make delicious, nourishing frozen desserts...
  • 10 reasons why you should make your own ice cream
  • Ice cream 101: ingredients, tips and equipment
  • How to choose an ice cream maker
  • 5 ways to make ice cream without a maker
  • Know your frozen desserts
  • and MORE!

You will also enjoy over 30 ice cream & gelato recipes, 9 cultured milk recipes, 10 sherbet recipes and 10 sorbet recipes!

Your purchase of this book will go to support our work at Rancho Oasis for Youth! Thank you!

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Here's a sneak preview of the book:










Your purchase of this book will go to support our work at Rancho Oasis for Youth! Thank you!

Suggested donation of $12.00
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33 comments:

  1. Wow! It looks like a wonderful ice cream book! I will share this on Jo's Health Corner's facebook page..

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  2. This book looks wonderful! I'd like to know more about the cultured milk recipes, too. I'd also like to feature the ebook on my blog if that's ok. Just tell me what info you'd like to share.

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  3. I've been scrolling thru the recipe book and am curious what texture changes will occur if I don't heat the milk? We prefer to preserve all the beneficial enzymes and bacteria but I'd like to acheive a better texture. We do what you're calling the fast method all the time and I love it right from the machine, but it gets too hard after being in the freezer a few hours. What temp do you heat the milk to? BTW-we use our own raw goat milk to make ice cream.

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  4. I just bought a copy of the book. I'm sure my kids will thank you!

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  5. Oh my this looks just like what I would enjoy trying out. I have always shyed away from making ice cream but the other day my 9 year old said he wanted to try. Can't wait!

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  6. I have been wanting to learn how to make icecream. This ebook looks great. All the good stuff is home made these days!

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  7. i live in india and it seems that my card (i.e. doesnt go through) ive tried buying the book but i find it difficult. would love to have a copy of the same. love veronica (am a believer in the Lord Jesus Christ.aa

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  8. This sounds fantastic. Ice Cream that's good for you! Excellent!

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  9. This looks amazing! I'm visiting from Keeper of the Home and am so excited about this new book!

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  10. Visited from Keeper of the Home. This book sounds yummy :)

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  11. Those icecream sandwiches look delicious!

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  12. I came by from Keeper of the Home. Your ice cream recipes and ideas look delicious!

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  13. I am so excited to have found your blog! I was sent over by Keeper of the Home. This book looks amazing, and I can't wait to explore the rest of your site!

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  14. This looks awesome! I found your giveaway on Keeper of the Home. It's making me drool!

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  15. Oh my goodness, the pics look so delicious! Can't wait to try some :)

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  16. Hi! This looks absolutely scrumptious! I am headed to Italy for a 3 month missions trip, but I will have my eye on this for when I come back--I still love ice cream even in the winter!

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  17. I'm salivating looking at those ice cream sandwiches--great job!

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  18. Wow, this looks awesome! Ice cream is one of my favorite desserts, and I would love to try some new flavors :-)

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  19. This book sounds refreshing! I've just found your site and enjoy it already.

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  20. Just dropping by from Keeper of the Home to say "hi" and look around a bit. Making ice cream is one of our favorite things to do with our excess goat milk.

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  21. I just subscribed...Your blog looks amazing!

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  22. Hi, from Keeper of the Home site. Love this new book. Your site is just mouthwatering.

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  23. Hi, I just signed up for the icecream book giveaway.You have an awesome blog!!!I absolutely love it and will recommend it to my friends.Thanks.

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  24. Found you through Keeper of the Home--looks like a neat blog and I love your first name! This ice cream cookbook looks fabulous.

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  25. Looks great! Just came over from Keeper of the Home.

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  26. I'm visiting from Keeper of the Home - and I followed you in Google reader :)

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  27. Just came from Keeper of the Home. Book looks great. Can't wait to try some of the recipes

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  28. Yumm I adore healthy ice cream recipes. I found out about your giveaway on Keeper of the Home

    Jessica

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  29. This is a good common sense article. Very helpful to one who is just finding the resources about this part. It will certainly help educate me.

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