1. Change to gear I by turning the gear knob towards the indicated I on the cover.
2. Use gear I for airy and light preparations.
3. In gear I, with one full turn of the handle you get one full turn of the gear disk with whisks.
4. The force needed in gear I is greater compared to gear II.
5. When trying a new recipe, start in gear I. If, at any moment, the resistance is too high, switch to gear II. For some recipes the resistance can
be from the beginning, for others it may not come until later.
Light preparations are: egg whites, whipped cream, omelettes.
1. Change to gear II by turning the gear knob towards the indicated II on the cover.
2. Use gear II for thicker preparations.
3. In gear II, you get with one full turn of the handle, 1/3 turn of the gear base with whisks. Compared to gear I, gear II is slower.
4. The ratio of turns of handle and gear disk with whisks significantly reduced the force needed to mix thick preparations.
Thick preparations are: meringue, cake batter, mayonnaise.
1. The funnel fits in the opening of the cover that is closed with a silicone tab. Lift the silicone tab and turn aside.
2. The funnel is a great tool to pour in small amounts of liquids without taking off the EZ Speedy cover completely, or to add liquid
ingredients with a steady flow, as needed for mayonnaise with oil.
3. To use the measurements inside the funnel (max. 50ml/1.7oz), place the funnel in the closed position. The small opening inside the funnel
is closest to the silicone tab. Once the funnel is in the closed position, you can pour in the liquids and measure them.
4. Turn the funnel counterclockwise to gradually increase the flow. For additional help, there is a marking included on the edge of the funnel
indicating the flow speed.