There will always be some texture when whipping with the Aer Disc container.
FAQ - Aer Disc Container
It will vary with the recipe, typically a lower speed is best.
Gently use a spoon or a fork to dislodge and remove the object. Be sure not to do this while on the base of the machine.
I didn’t follow the recipe when making the dressing, I added the oil with the other ingredients and blended it all at once. My dressing is “broken”, how can I fix it?
Remove the dressing from the container. Add some hot water to the container (cover the disk) and put the lid on. Start the machine (with container and hot water), then drizzle the dressing through the lid plug, this will allow the ingredients to emulsify.
Yes, skim milk is needed to make cold and hot foam. The foaming process works as a result of the amount of fat, protein and sugar in skim milk. The culinary team has tested various types of milks including alternative milks.
Cold foam 35-40℉, hot foam 145-185℉.
Cold foam approximately three times the volume, hot foam approximately two times the volume.
Yes, with the exception of the space saving models.