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    Default Butterfat Percentages - Substituting Dairy

    Butterfat Percentages - Substituting Dairy
    Sometimes recipes call for a milk/cream product that we're not familiar
    with - this guide can help you figure out what you should use based on the
    percent of butterfat in each product.

    Heavy Cream = 36%
    Whipping Cream, Light Whipping Cream, Medium Cream = 30 to 36%
    Light Cream = 18 to 30%
    Half And Half, Coffee Creamer = 10 1/2 to 18%
    Sweetened Condensed Whole Milk = 9% and 40% Additional Sugar
    Evaporated Milk = 8% and 50% Less Water
    Milk = 3 to 4%
    Low Fat Milk = .05 to 2%
    Skim Milk = Less Than 0.5%

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