I have a question about the recipe "Jeni Britton Bauer's Ice Cream Base For Home Ice Cream Machines" from Jeni Britton Bauer. I just bought a Whynter SNO ice cream maker and made your chocolate and vanilla ice creams as a baseline for the new machine. I have made the chocolate before and it comes out deliciously creamy with little, if any, noticeable ice on the tongue. The batches made with the SNO, however, did have them and I am wondering if it is the machine or the fact that I doubled the recipe. The batch was not icy cold when I put it in the machine. It was cool. Could this be the problem? Or, is it the machine. I do know that the machine I had used previously rotated the bowl around the paddle and the Whynter SNO rotates the paddle.