Cream is a dairy product composed of the higher-butterfat layer skimmed from
the top of milk ... Double cream can be thinned with milk to make an
approximation of single cream. The French word crè...
May 2, 2012 ... I am British but sometimes spend a few weeks in the US. All I can get in stores
there is "heavy cream" which is heat-treated and tastes horrible ...
Is there an American equivalent to double cream? Heavy cream, perhaps? I
noted that American half-and-half is equivalent to British single cream. If I am ...
Half-and-half does not whip, but it can be used in place of whipping (heavy)
cream in many recipes for less fat cooking. Single Cream. 20%. Cream with a low
Feb 21, 2007 ... What is the difference between double cream and thickened cream and how do I
Jun 11, 2009 ... Double cream: A dense cream skimmed from the surface of milk. With a butterfat
content of 48%, it is much more decadent than whipped cream ...
Clotted dream or double? Single or sour? Whipped cream, crème fraîche, half-
and half or long life? We'll help you select the right cream for your needs.
Double Cream is a very thick dairy cream. It contains a minimum fat content of 48
Some British recipes call for "double cream", which is supposed to mean the
same as American whipping cream. 'Tain't so, Mabel!
... brown cane sugar; Devonshire cream : a particular type of clotted cream;
digestive biscuits : something like Graham crackers; double cream : heavy cream