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    Posted: 12 Sep 2016 at 6:13pm
Hi Eric

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Thanks a million brother!:)

Please let me know adding what (without affecting the Natural milk flavor) will address the issue of ice crystals formation. Does adding CMC & GMS powder help in forming less ice crystals and thereby boosting shelf life? Or what other product can be used?

I hope someone shares a recipe soon.
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Regretfully my only experience of Buffalo milk has been with Mozzarella manufacture.

The simple answer to your question is yes. But the ice cream is unlikely to be stable to temperature changes (ice crystal growth and iciness) and will have a limited shelf life. Development of iciness will limit the shelf life.

Eating the ice cream shortly after manufacture should help. Yes evaporating the milk will also help.

Hopefully others will post a receipe.
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Hi

Has anyone tried making ice cream using only Whole Buffalo milk (7% fat), Fruit Pulp & Sugar?

I tried a brand called Natural when I visited India. They are fruit flavoured ice creams, which are very rich and super creamy unlike any other ice cream I have ever tasted.

The ingredients they use is Buffalo milk, sugar, fruit pulp.

No Eggs, No Cream, No Stabilizers & No Emulsifiers.

Is it possible to prepare ice cream with only the above mentioned ingredients ONLY?

When I tried it out at home with 7% whole Buffalo milk, the results were poor. Icy mouthfeel. Where am I going wrong?

"Should I reduce the milk to half on low flame so that the fat % doubles.?"

Please share a recipe on how I can make ice cream using the above ingredients.
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