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Manual Ice Shaver $21.26 amazon.ca

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[Amazon.ca] Manual Ice Shaver $21.26 amazon.ca

Great for the warmer weather coming up. If you plan on eating shaved ice all the time, i would splurge on an electric Doshisha but for a snack once in a while you can't go wrong with the price.
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I remember using these in my house hold as a child. Now to find some syrup
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Maybe it's the nice weather today, but in for one.
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chilli604 wrote: I remember using these in my house hold as a child. Now to find some syrup
Try it with some condensed milk drizzled on top with fruit.
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Knowing my luck with these plastic thingies I have a feeling it’ll snap after the first turn lol
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where to buy syrup? seems like it cost more than the ice shaver....
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riseagainstthemachine wrote: where to buy syrup? seems like it cost more than the ice shaver....
You can buy any flavored syrup you like, including Torani syrup.
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Torani offers sugar free syrups if you're doing low carb or keto
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I've never used one of these -- so you freeze water in the 3 included molds, then shave that back in the bowl to eat? Are there specific syrups, recipes that should be used? Trying to make it a good first experience for the wife and kids.
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Use fresh fruits like mango or strawberry, then drizzle with condensed milk. If you want to make like the Korean bing so, freeze milk instead of water then run shave.
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ai_c wrote: Use fresh fruits like mango or strawberry, then drizzle with condensed milk. If you want to make like the Korean bing so, freeze milk instead of water then run shave.
Thanks! The milk is a great idea.

Do you put the fruit in with the liquid to freeze (so everything gets shaved), or is it just as topping?
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SynGamer wrote: Anyone recommend an affordable bingsu machine?
was waiting for people to say bingsu 3 times before posting this, a few others on Amazon.ca sold by Japanese sellers
The ones with the adjustable blades seem to do the trick, however one issue with the electric versions is that the voltage of those appliances are likely different and you will need a transformer.

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The fruit will be your topping. This will taste very similar to bingsoo.
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kimwoobingsu wrote: was waiting for people to say bingsu 3 times before posting this
Watched it, tl;dr of the video is the Doshisha Electric Full-Scale ice Crusher Fluffy is what you want for bingsu. BUT, it's expensive here in Canada.

Heard great things about the Hawaiian shaved ice brand, but good luck finding one in Canada.
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SynGamer wrote: Watched it, tl;dr of the video is the Doshisha Electric Full-Scale ice Crusher Fluffy is what you want for bingsu. BUT, it's expensive here in Canada.

Heard great things about the Hawaiian shaved ice brand, but good luck finding one in Canada.
You know what? I actually think the one in the OP can be made serviceable for bingsu, was reading the description in the OP and it says the blade is adjustable.
Might be worth a try for $22. I'm in for one.

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