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29 5 X47 Vinyl Chair Mat For Hard Floors Rectangular Black
"Floortex's Black Advantagemat's help make your desk work space more ergonomic by taking strain off of your legs and back this is done by providing an easy-glide surface. The key reason chair users purchase floor mats is to protect a small or large area of flooring from indentations and scuffs caused by rolling office chairs along with dirt and spills therefore extending the life of your floor surface. For a more heavy duty chair mat Floortex offer a clear polycarbonate and glass option. Size: 29.5""x47"". Pattern: Solid."
Darkenmoon: I received this for my bridal shower. I tried it to make sure it worked before I lost the gift receipt. It is so easy to use. I made up a batch of ingredients to make vanilla frozen yogurt. It was quick and easy to assemble. I poured the liquid in and off it went for 20-25 minutes. It was louder then I anticipated, but nothing crazy. It froze perfectly and tasted wonderful. I am looking forward to making more delicious ice creams, sorbets, sherbets, frozen yogurts, and even frozen slushy drinks. This thing is awesome. It seems pretty darn solid and it easy to clean.
D. Dana: I bought this for me last summer, and I loved it so much, I bought another as a gift. It's easy, taste so much better than anything you can buy, and it's fun to be creative. We never have left over icecream sitting in the freezer now, and when we want some, I keep cream handy in the fridge, so we just toss the ingredients into a blender, pour it into the already frozen bowl, and "Voila" 30 minutes later we have icecream !!! Fastest dessert I've ever made, and always a big hit. Great way to use up ripe bananas, and make banana split ice cream.
D Darkman: I've made 3 batches with my machine; here are my observations. The first batch came out a bit icy, although okay; I decided that freezing the bowl for 2-3 hours isn't enough, and, perhaps the room was too warm. ... Next batch, I let the bowl freeze for a full 24 hours in the back of my freezer, and also, when running the machine, I covered the open "hole" in the cover of the machine with a piece of aluminum foil to keep the cold in. That second batch came out very, very good; in the freezer, it ended up freezing quite hard but smooth & consistent. So, I tried to find a way to keep it softer. For my third batch, I had the brilliant idea of first whipping the cream a bit, for a minute or two, before I used it (something not in any instructions) and that REALLY made GREAT ice cream!!! (I used a portable Salton-type hand mixer, which whipped the cream a little bit, adding some air, but didn't really make it "whipped cream".)In all other regards, it's important to read and follow all instructions. Then, with the above suggestion to whip the heavy cream slightly before you combine everything, you'll get ice cream that is simply superb, the perfect texture that exactly matches what you'll get in stores, even though you don't add any stiffeners or carageenan etc.I have not tried other ice cream makers, but I have had such excellent results with this one, that if I were purchasing one, I would just get this and not take chances on lesser brands.
Debbie Lee Wesselmann: I own both the Cuisinart 1.5 quart ice cream maker and theKitchenAid KICA0WH Ice Cream Maker Attachment, both of which make excellent ice cream, although this Cuisinart, as a special purpose appliance, will appeal to a broader range of people simply because the unit is self-contained.The Cuisinart works without salt or mess; the bowl walls contain a liquid that, when frozen, becomes extremely cold, enough to freeze a cream/custard base to soft serve consistency. (More on that later.) For the machine to successfully work, the bowl must be placed in the freezer at least fifteen hours in advance, and the mix must be refrigerated for a minimum of 12 hours, preferably at least 24 hours. Unless you store the bowl in your freezer and use a non-cooked mixture, you won't be able to make ice cream on the spur of the moment.The machine is fairly noisy, much like the earlier electric churners that used salt and ice. But operation cannot be easier. Simply insert the paddle, pour in the mix, attach the top, and start it up. In 20-30 minutes, depending on the butterfat content and beginning temperature of the mix, you have soft serve consistency ice cream, sorbet, frozen yogurt, or sherbet. To improve the flavor and consistency, the frozen dessert should be ripened in another container for at least 2 hours in the freezer.The biggest drawbacks to the Cuisinart ice cream maker are its relatively small size, especially compared to the KitchenAid attachment, and the way a portion of the ice cream freezes solid to the sides of the bowl, thus creating some waste. Of course, you can always take a sturdy non-metal utensil to it to sample it right away. You'll have to let the bowl thaw some before hand-washing. None of the parts are dishwasher safe, although all are a breeze to clean once the bowl loses its extreme cold.If you own a KitchenAid mixer, you might want to check out the attachment, but you really can't go wrong with the Cuisinart. Fresh ice cream has never been easier.-- Debbie Lee Wesselmann
Deb Mele: I love my Cuisinart ICE-20 Ice cream maker and would highly recommend it to anyone. I have made countless different recipes in it, and this machine makes creamy ice cream in mere minutes. I have also partly frozen the ice cream and then layered a combination of flavors creating a stunning semifredo dessert. When you can get Cuisinart quality at such a reasonable price, why pay more? The only problem I had was that the ice cream was so good I wanted to make more shortly after and the freezer bowl had not completely frozen again. An additional freezer bowl is on my Christmas wish list this year!