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Reddit mentions of Kitchen Craft 5028250145581 Kitchencraft Kcfrx Le'xpress Frother, one size, xxx

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We found 5 Reddit mentions of Kitchen Craft 5028250145581 Kitchencraft Kcfrx Le'xpress Frother, one size, xxx. Here are the top ones.

Kitchen Craft 5028250145581 Kitchencraft Kcfrx Le'xpress Frother, one size, xxx
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Great for desserts, meringues, or smoothing Salad dressingsWipe clean handle only and the removable frothing attachment is Hand wash onlyFeaturing a lightweight, soft touch handle, and stainless steel rod and coil

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Found 5 comments on Kitchen Craft 5028250145581 Kitchencraft Kcfrx Le'xpress Frother, one size, xxx:

u/happyslayeruk · 3 pointsr/Vaping

For mixing I recommend a cheap milk frother. After I've added all the ingredients I give it a good blitz for a couple of minutes, This really only works if you're mixing a decent amount (say 50ml+) in a bowl/jar before pouring into a bottle.

This is what I use. Le'Xpress Frother

u/tonywarrior · 2 pointsr/Coffee

Yes, I usually use a milk frother like this one: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B000NPF3JU/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1468499453&sr=1-1&pi=SY200_QL40&dpPl=1&dpID=31J%2Bki2RURL&ref=plSrch which I find faster and less messy. But yeah you can even do latte art with home brewing methods!

u/CalcifersGhost · 2 pointsr/1200isplentyketo

No problem at all :d

> ...but when I'm short on time I think BPC will be a good replacement.

that's exactly when I used it... pro tip get one of those milk forthing whizzing things. Don't have the mess of the blender and does the same thing. Just leave the butter in for a bit to melt before you whizz it and you're good to go!

I'm with you on the exercise. Yoga, C25k and weight training are perpetually on the "start tomorrow" exercise - but I KNOW right now that with my low calorie consumpsion i need to do at least one of those things if I'm to start effectivly losing weight again. Gah. Discipline required!

> I've found that melting some coconut oil and butter with some cocoa powder and shredded coconut and/or chopped nuts, sweetened with stevia is a very low carb option that I can do any time at home. Then I have small pieces during the week to curb the sweet cravings!

That sounds delicious!! I think treats are required for the mental battle. Sure some people swear by total restriction but if it's going to be sustainable I can't do it that way myself. Also, keto has redefined my definition of treat! Low-carb chocolate, raspberries and cream, and definitly that lovely thing you just suggested :D Doughnuts? Ha ;)

u/abdaw · 2 pointsr/Coffee

I have a customer that wanted me to roast something that he can use for bulletproofing. I made him some Colombia Musicas in medium roast and he said it was a good match.
He adds butter to coffee brewed in areopress and then use this milk frother (something like this http://www.amazon.co.uk/LeXpress-KCFRX-Kitchen-Craft-Frother/dp/B000NPF3JU/ref=sr_1_1?s=kitchen&ie=UTF8&qid=1409126979&sr=1-1&keywords=milk+frother) to give it a nice creamy consistence.
Anyways I never tried it but my thoughts are that you don't want to use any great or expensive coffee as the taste will be strongly affected by the butter. For some reason (not that I'm a fan) I want to say blend with Robusta....

u/zeert · 1 pointr/tea

You definitely don't need to whisk for 5-10 minutes - 30 seconds should be adequate. Also, you could invest in an electric whisk. I bought one and they're just fun to use. Your link is .co.uk so I'll assume you're british - here's an electric whisk on amazon for £2.31.