Cream is a dairy product composed of the higher-butterfat layer skimmed from
the top of milk ... Cream (usually light/single cream or half and half) is often added
to coffee in the US and Canada. Bo...
Jan 8, 2006 ... I've just moved to the US from Britain. There we have single cream and double
cream, double being the fattier of the two and capable of being ...
Sep 11, 2010 ... I can find whipping cream, half and half, and even clotted cream where I'm
staying in the US but not double or single cream, are these familiar ...
half and half, = single cream. ham steaks, = gammon steaks. heavy cream, =
whipping cream. instant pudding mix, = whipped dessert mix. Jell-O® gelatin, =
... cookbook? Here are the Canadian equivalents for types of cream sold in the
UK. ... S. Single Cream: Equivalent to Canadian 18% Table or Coffee cream.
Jun 28, 2015 ... Light cream is nothing more than regular milk combined with cream, so finding a
substitute isn't difficult. For a healthier alternative, stick with...
Just watching a Jamie Oliver cooking show and he talks about adding some "
single cream" to a recipe. I've also heard the term double cream ...
British Single Cream, with 18% butterfat content, is equivalent to what North
Americans call Table Cream or Coffee Cream (if those have 18% fat content as
Single cream is a relatively low fat type of cream. The exact fat percentage of
single cream varies from country to country, but...
Double cream is the name in Britain for a very rich cream — containing 48%
butterfat. Whipping cream in this country, by contrast, contains between 30% and