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Nitrous Oxide Cartridges

By datura - 5 June 2008 49

Hi everyone.

I was just about to make some scones but I realised I had run out of the cartridges or bulbs for my whipped cream dispenser but for some reason I haven’t been able to find them in shops within the ACT. So could someone please tell me what shops sell these cartridges. It’s an emergency. These scones cannot be consumed without whipped cream.

Thanks

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Nitrous Oxide Cartridges
lemaChet 8:03 am 06 Jun 08

scottie – you can explode Soda bulbs in much less than 30 minutes 😛

lemaChet 8:01 am 06 Jun 08

also try supabarn in the city and IGA at Kingston.

lemaChet 8:00 am 06 Jun 08

Soda bulbs are CO2.
Cream bulbs are NO2.

You can get Cream bulbs at Florey IGA.
Whatever you do, don’t explode Cream bulbs. Soda bulbs are for exploding. Cream bulbs have better (albeit just as stupid) uses..

shiny flu 12:32 am 06 Jun 08

Make your own!

whipped cream.

p1 9:54 pm 05 Jun 08

Guarantee I can make one go bang in less then 90 seconds in a manner that will certainly cause damage, using only two other products available from the same IGA that you get the NO2.

scottie_517 8:54 pm 05 Jun 08

Hehe – you wouldn’t even get halfway through taking a breath of co2 before you coughed your little lungs out. Bloody hell – I can’t believe the government (and community) is so concerned about people making “bombs” from these things. You have to heat the bloody things for half an hour to get them to blow (Ok – I used to do it when I was a kid) – and even when they do go off it doesn’t have that much explosive energy (on the other hand, they do make nasty shrapnel). If someone wanted to make real bungers/bombs all it takes is a trip to the hardware – but you don’t see those items being banned?

ant 8:26 pm 05 Jun 08

Yuck, “whipped” cream from those fake dispensers is SO tacky. Rotary beater, or hand-held motor beater makes very nice whipped cream. Put a few drops of vanilla in, and some icing sugar if you want to tart it up a bit.

Our crop of grads at work were moving on to their next rotation and made scones and brought all the usual stuff to put on them. But the bloke who brought one of those squirty cans of ‘cream’ incurred derision and was seen squirting it into a bowl, and then carefully flattening it down with a spoon so it’d look like real cream.

Woody Mann-Caruso 8:26 pm 05 Jun 08

Lastly, DON’T buy Soda ones from a brewery supply.

Erm…why? They sell both kinds, and they know the difference between them. CO2 is for carbonation and dispensing. Nitro is for mixing with the CO2 for finer carbonation, denser head and a creamier finish. Get a Tap-A-Draft, put a CO2 bulb in one side and an nitro bulb in the other, then fill it with stout (or some other British ale). Voila – widget / Irish-pub style beer.

RealBasic 7:40 pm 05 Jun 08

Ha ha ha.. That’s so f***ing funny.

starry 7:03 pm 05 Jun 08

Palmerston IGA end ailse facing the freezers

Skidbladnir 6:57 pm 05 Jun 08

Do not eat the Deathcap

And psilocybin mushrooms look entirely different again.

datura 6:37 pm 05 Jun 08

Thanks for for your help everyone. I’m now off to pick mushrooms to use in a delicious mushroom soup.

lion 6:10 pm 05 Jun 08

p1 said :

They used to have them at IGA in Hawker, no idea if they still do. There are for sale on a popular auction site for use in injection systems to get more power from your pocket bike…

Yes, Red Hill IGA too.

el 5:43 pm 05 Jun 08

Don’t use the C02 bulbs if you’re planning on doing what we all think you’re planning on doing.

p1 5:33 pm 05 Jun 08

They used to have them at IGA in Hawker, no idea if they still do. There are for sale on a popular auction site for use in injection systems to get more power from your pocket bike…

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