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He not only fixed the ice cream machine , he also taught us how to make ice cream
milk, cream, sugar, duck
I grew up in the Caribbean and this is how we made ice cream. It was never something you bought and kept in the fridge like Americans do. But dude forgot to salt his ice. And we used powdered custard.
Odd Cooking should be his catering channel
@The truth No, he made a colder liquid after cranking an inordinate amount of time. Then he gave up and froze it in the freezer. Salt makes it ice cold and much faster.
@The truth Yes it was good, just a bit runny. Hence the reason he had to through it in the freezer. Had he added salt to the ice, he wouldn’t have had to re freeze it. It would have came out more solid. That’s it.
This man went through great lengths for Ice Cream, and I respect that.
Man literally restored a machine and used it to make ice cream when he could have walked/drove to a nearby store and buy a tub. Respect
He went through all that, but still ended up using his freezer 😂
He needed that frozen treat that can't be beat.
there is nothing too great for ice cream.
My grandmother had a Frost King ice cream maker, smaller than this one. She only used it when the grandkids were over, so we could turn the crank. I made a lot of ice cream in that for her. You forgot to add the rock salt to the ice. That would have made your consistency correct. My only concern is if the solder you used to repair the holes in the tub is food stuff safe and will not leach into the cream. Beautiful restoration, as always!
He did forget the rock salt? Beginner. Lucky we have an expert in the house...
@Life TLC so like others have mentioned it is true that salt liquifies ice faster, but I thought I would add the why. Adding salt to water lowers its freezing point (and increases its boiling point for that matter). Because the ice is 0 degrees Celsius (freezing point of normal water) that is no longer cold enough to keep the ice frozen because its freezing point has gone down. This is why you end up with liquid that is just as cold as ice yet in liquid form so it freezes your ice cream better due to surface area and energy loss.
@sebas Stein and finally someone properly described how the rock salt on ice works.. thank you.
How about the rubber duck in the hot milk pan?
Okay! But it wasn’t dry ice though.
Between my family and my dad's siblings we owned 4 Frost Kings. At family get-togethers during the summer (my birthday is July 4th) we would make a run to the local icehouse for 50# bags of crushed ice & get all 4 of those makers going. Usually vanilla, strawberry and peach, using fresh fruit for the flavors. The kids would crank till they thought their arms would fall off and then the dads would take over and finish the job. Wonderful memories of a time long gone!
If dad didn't finish the job like a champ then say that all dads have to taste whatever first to make sure it's ready/safe, did he even dad
We need this guy to fix McDonald's ice-cream machine.
Please, maybe once it’s fixed they’ll be able to give us enough cuantity of ice cream, enough to cover the high price
@Chuck Haeberle Used to work there. The ice cream mix leaks out of every connector in the machine and turns into a knuckle of solid mold around said connector.
If does he will charge a lot money because getting tools and material with effort and time.
Ain't nobody able to fix those pieces of junk apparently...
I thought everyone would know that one of the most important things to add when you make ice cream is salt to melt the ice. The melted water with ice and salt becomes colder than the ice alone. Also, the mixture should be cold to start with when you try to freeze the mixture. The ice cream I made always tasted much better than what you could buy, and it was frozen when you scooped it out of the can. Mine was always a custard style of ice cream.
@Deus In a bucket with a rotating cylinder and salty ice water? That might be a US thing then
@Bam Boo everyone that has common sense knows Ice cream is made this way fytb
"I thought everyone would know"? I'm pretty sure most people don't even know making ice cream like that is even a thing
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Right like everyone knows 327 is Chevy and a 302 is Ford the day you came outta your momma you knew that
Honestly after all that work, you deserve the ice cream.
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Só queria dizer que na parte que ele foi colocar gelo e na legenda tava escrito ''SOLID WATER'' me quebrou muito
I thought that he did this in 1 day I was impressed every time but then he showed his watch and I realized he’s doing this in a multiple day timeframe but even still it’s impressive how good he is at what he does (keep up the good work)
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U actually thought all this took a day
This was one of your best! I loved the technics you used and the ice cream pint label made me spit out my coffee.It took me a few weeks to finally get around to watching this video but it was worth it 🙂
I would wax the inside of the wood barrel, then also add salt to the ice to freeze the ice cream more. That's a super neat piece!
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Good and useful content that combines fixing old and valuable things with light comedy. Well done, the content is beautiful, keep it up
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He's so talented I wonder if he can fix my marriage
Look if Bob the builder or handy Mandy couldn't fix it,then you r fresh outa luck
Trust me he can
The minds are little bit more difficult ti repair than objects, for unlucky
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That thing is older than tape and Jesus, the irony is that the person who first made that thing would never have guessed it would both survive that long, and be recreated with such new devices. Truly an art, never change
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How weird to find an antique ice cream maker that’s identical to the one we had when I was a kid. I feel old (but it may have already been old when I was a kid).
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Ice cream is good and all, but I'd be concerned about the solder... he's using a fluxed based solder which leads me to believe there is lead in it. I would not eat anything out of it. I've been an electronics technician for almost 40 years and lead is always been an industry health concern.
Totally thought the exact same thing, lead poisioning is no joke. It was a beautiful job but now its a trinket, not an ice cream maker.
I hope you used lead free solder on the drum nice way to fix it great job on the resurrection of the old ice cream maker. Brought back memories of when my GM made ice cream
I was thinking the same thing but then I realized that he probably used the newer type of solder that plumbers use which is lead free. Great restoration though.
Just found this channel, the laser is crazy cool 😎.
I love how delicate you work you are amazing
Great memories of doing this with friends and relatives on a summer day. Worth it! We added rock salt to drop the ice temp below freezing.
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I was hoping you also had the laser welder. It is perfect for welding thin metal.
In Indonesia we have a traditional handmade ice cream too. check out "Es Puter" and "Es Goyang". The ingredients might be different but they don't use fridge or freezer to freeze the ice cream.It's street food you can find it in some spot of tourism place, school or food events.Fyi : es = icePuter (putar) = mix / stir / rounding ( but the one that being rounding is the place of ice cream not the liquid of ice cream , of course with some ice cube or dry iceGoyang = shake
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Is it weird to have this playing in the background for its sound? Am I the only one that feels comfort listening to him work? lol
Not at all! Lots of the "ASMR" channels make videos with similar sounds, can be very relaxing to listen to someone working quietly even if you're not watching the videos.
The laser is by far the coolest part of this whole process
For something over a century old and utilized a lot of salt in it's operation It was in pretty good condition.
Oh my god it's amazing to see your genius skills? And now I know how they work
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I used to go to my Uncles house in the summer and all us kids would take turns cranking that ice cream maker. He put rock salt and ice in the bucket though. Man that was good stuff!!!
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Thank you for making the Ice cream at the end! I really wanted you to but I thought it might be to silly of an idea for a channel like this but I'm so glad I was wrong! XD
this guy is customizing his own screws at this point! insane!!!
You could get better results adding salt to the solid water. Great video as always
I like how put "Solid Water" instead of Ice
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Pro tip for ice making - in the bucket use 50% salted water and 50% ice. Salted Waterr has lower freezing point than regular water, so You'll achieve better results.
@Garrett's Woodworx ah I see
@Geekgirl616 You're not consuming the salt! It is being used OUTSIDE of the canister that contains the ice cream mix and is used to lower the melting point of the ice and help form a layer of water around the canister to make the freezing process more efficient. This works because water absorbs heat 20 times faster than air. The drain hole in the side of the bucket keeps the water level below the point where it could get into the canister.
@Garrett's Woodworx huh interesting I guess I’ve never thought about it before but I always assumes water softener salt wasn’t safe to consume in table salt like proportions but thinking about it now I guess it’s just salt and won’t hurt anything will it
Yes …When in northern Italy in the middle of 1800 started to prepare the first ice creams they were using snow and salt to freeze the mixture ….the best result with this method is achieved using a mixture base on egg yolk and pouring into the maker when it is still hot
@Geekgirl616 Very unscientific when we did it 50 years ago: With the canister installed, fill the bucket about 1/3 with ice, spread a layer of salt atop that layer (enough to cover most of the ice), add another 1/3 of ice & repeat the salting. Bring the ice just up to the top of the canister, add a little salt and start cranking! As the ice melts, add more ice and occasionally sprinkle a little salt around the outside rim of the ice, just inside the bucket. (You don't want saltwater getting inside the canister because it will ruin the ice cream.) Crank 'till you can't crank it any more, pack with ice and let sit for about 15 minutes and you'll have the best ice cream ever. Use rock salt, also known as water softener salt.
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"Dad i want ice cream."Dad: wait i'll prepare my tools this will take week son.
Thing I noticed is, for an antique freezer, that dasher looks pretty new.
Wow he's so talented,I wonder if he can fix my childhood trauma 😢😢
I love the fact that you just built a metal bending tool by yourself, it's like your character was doing a side-quest.
guy is playing life on ironman mode
How about also making his own lable ice cream container. I wonder how long that took, thing looks like it is store bought ice cream.
He turned in the 50 wolf pelts to the orc shaman and got the special metal he needed to craft the tool.
this is insane!
As a building locksmith I'm deeply impressed how you build tools and equipment to replace parts and create our own spare parts. Great work! 👍
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I really like the way he beats the hell out of the screwdriver
That laser cleaning machine was the most satisfying part
first time I have seen a DIYer use a laser for cleaning !!
your efforts to restore the state of every detail does not deny the end result is beautiful. The patch demo proves you don't want to disappoint your critical audience and it's pretty awesome. What a great job.
after 2 years i re found this channel because all of the other restoration vids caught my eye-
Fantastic restoration.The only thing that bothered me was your quality control duck. He's leeching vinyl into the ice cream mix.
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I know it's a joke, but the idea that someone would actually restore an ice cream maker instead of going to the store and buying some when they run out is absolutely absurd, and I love it.
Well, he's Odd Tinkering.
@Garrett's Woodworx based take.
I guess the only person who can see that worthy is Dr Doofenshmirtz
@Boy Kulot i mean its a historic ice cream machine something to preserve about.
Favourite channel on Clip-Share making my favourite food, what a joy
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The greatest excuse to restore a century old masterpiece: Ice Cream
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this has to be one of my favorite videos from this channel in a while. The editing, the camera work, the small bits of humor here and there, it’s really all here in this one. Every video is enjoyable, but I can see you put so much into this one
this man is so good at fixing things, he could even restore my faith in humanity
The duck wanted to help with the ice cream 😂
wow when you was in the middle of the crane Journey was like " this is time-consuming so, time to use the power drill"
“I wanted some ice cream but didn’t have any so instead of going on a 15 min trip to the store, i decided to spend countless hours restoring an rusty ice cream maker”
"But hey with this ice cream maker I can make as many ice cream I want with little ingredients cost. IT'S much more convenient than driving a few miles on the road to get ice cream. I save up money for gas cost
You know his restoration videos look legit with how the rusted metal just crumbles away the moment he removes a screw or fixture. I love seeing his work
@ItsLadyJadey nice! I love Rescue and Restore, but I’ve seen just about it all his videos and wanted to find another channel with a similar style that does restorations. Love that he makes it about the restorations and process and not himself!
ALL of his videos are legit! My favorites are the console and electronics restorations.
I thought I was the only one seeing that! With the rusted desert eagle and the rusted knife and all manner of bullshit...EDITWhat I like about this channel is that he doesn't use an angle grinder to remove the rust. Granted I'm kinda getting bored with the lasers and sci-fy stuff but it's still better than the grinder.
Yes - this guy is the real deal. 😊 But some of the fake copycat channels are becoming ridiculous - I'm waiting for a thumbnail of a pile of burnt ashes that was found on a random outdoor garbage pile by someone with a stick to magically transmogrify it into a new-looking Pioneer LaserActive games console. 😂
Also the fact that he just outright admits that some parts absolutely cannot be fixed, such as the screws, so he makes new parts to fix the unsalvageable ones.
"oh boy i sure want some ice cream"*home depot theme starts playing*
I can't help but wonder if there's metal shavings in the ice cream.
"I Want Ice Cream..."-Normal People: go to the supermarket and buy an Ice Cream-This man: restore an Old Ice Cream Maker
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Next time, add rock salt to the ice. It makes it colder longer and helps it freeze faster*next day from original comment* My grandpa did a lot of wood work and crapentry. He's also remembered by his homemade ice cream, from the ice cream machine. I had a beautiful dream after watching this video about my grandpa and his shop, and homemade ice cream parties. Thank you for taking me back to my childhood and the nostalgia of my grandfather.
@regularguy4504 thank you. He had incredible talent for aure
Your grandfather was a great carpenter /Inventor
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Using solder on that patch was not the right move and we all know this 😂😂
@William Styers still isn’t the right way to do this, especially with food grade equipment!
Probably the new solder that is used on plumbing. It is lead free.
Yep, I'm old enough, too, to have used this as a kid. It was my grandparents ice cream machine. And, yes, we'd add some rock salt to the ice which would produce water and reduce the freezing point, and make it easier to rotate the bucket. It was still hard work for a kid, though, and our arms would fall off before we ever made ice cream. Such memories, and thanks for helping to recall them.
Yups, it need salt put to the solid water, and you don't need to put the ice cream to the freezer again, it's solidified in the machine.
So you've gone through life without arms? Or were you able to put them back on after they fell off? 😀 Love your memory!
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ah, yes. rusty gears giving you trouble? cover it in wd-40 and light it on fire. so safe
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27:48 be like: “Let it go. We need to cook.”
Hey man, great video. My one recommendation though: You might wanna consider putting the captions in CC. A couple reasons for this: One, it makes it easier to do translations as the translated text isn't covering up the untranslated text. Two, while some people probably love the explanations, others find it more relaxing to just idly watch and end up being distracted/taken out of it by the captions, so being able to turn them off would be great for those people.
This man is so popular, he has his own brand
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this is the first video of yours I see, so enjoyable! I like being able to see the process, and hearing the natural sounds of the work. thanks for a great vid!
Odd & ducktor's brand had me dying, lol. The fact that he even designed an ice cream Ben & Jerry's kindalike cup is amazing! That guy is incredible!
Holy shit, I literally thought that was just a Ben & Jerry's cup. You're very observant
Really good restoration. Great job on the gear tooth replacement!Questionable using black though. I would have thought silver or white would have been more appropriate. If anyone else tries this, number the slats so it goes back together easier, trust me. I would have waxed it after assembly and used stainless for the bands. Also, what did you solder it with? Hopefully it was silver solder.
that packaging is really cool, just brilliant
Do you sell the things you restore??? I would love to buy some of the retro consoles.
I like how you just used a power drill instead of a hand crank just out of convenience.
That was very genius and funny
He is so talented! I appreciate all the effort that goes into editing the video (and having the patch demo) in addition to the restoration
man ur so careful and delicate i could never. ur so skilled ur years of experience rlly shows
When he makes the duck eat and makes some feeding noise, that was so cute aw
"I wanted ice cream but I didnt have any so I need to fix this antique ice cream maker"Understandable, have a great day
Never use gloves while drilling. Just a hint... Keep save mate.
"The screws have a little corrosion" The screw in question: 2:36
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I wonder if this would actually work if they just added tin foil to line the inside of the bucket to make it food safe... this would make an awesome kids project lol
i think hed be better off making a new bucket from scratch to its specifications. Once solder was used nothing from it is edible.
I love how you included two of my favorites in this episode! Diglett and Ben & Jerry’s ice cream way to go nice😊
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I remember I always watched your videos. I love seeing your work!
It's easy to break things than fixing, loved your work 😉
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Ir al supermercado habría sido más fácil? Si. Habría sido más satisfactorio? Nunca.
Love to see these old beautys restored. And fresh fruit ice cream from one of these is soooo good!
This was so cool (pun intended😉). You have a great diy approach when building tools, I really like that! New place looking good as well👌
I hope the Ducktor liked that ice cream. Seriously though, that was a great video and I'm glad to be a subscriber. I love your work and I can't wait to see more
Nice restoration, but it might have been easier and faster to just hit up the ice cream section of the grocery store. 🙂That's what I would have done, anyway..
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