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Churn's Nicole Gebhart Makes Grape Bubblegum Ice Cream (PHOTOS)

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Churning involves whipping ice into the base, which gives the ice cream its rich, smooth texture.

To make grape bubblegum, the ice cream must be churned at 150 rotations per minute. Other flavors, such as butter pecan, must be whipped at a slower rate to avoid over-churning.

After about 10 minutes of churning, the ice cream is ready to be taken out of the machine.

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