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    Default MYO: Heavy Cream Substitute

    Heavy Cream Substitute
    To substitute 36%-40% Fat Heavy Cream

    Combine:
    3/4 cup milk
    1/3 cup butter or margarine, melted and cooled

    Use in place of one cup heavy cream.www.Budget101.com Your #1 Penny Pinching Resource
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    Date: Mon Jun 17, 2002 8:02 am
    Subject: Substitute: Heavy Cream Substitute

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    Default Re: MYO: Heavy Cream Substitute

    Could this be used in place of Heavy Whipping Cream ? What is the difference between Heavy Cream & Heavy Whipping Cream??
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    Default Re: MYO: Heavy Cream Substitute

    Quote Originally Posted by jkpjohnson View Post
    Could this be used in place of Heavy Whipping Cream ? What is the difference between Heavy Cream & Heavy Whipping Cream??

    Heavy Cream: heavy cream must have at least 36 percent milkfat but can have more and it resists curdling when it is heated. It's usually used to make puddings, ice cream, custards, soups etc

    Light Cream- must be at least 18% fat (but LESS than 30% Fat). It can also be listed at Coffee Cream or Table Cream. When it's heated, it has a tendency to separate.

    Whipping Cream has a high fat content, about 30% not more than 36% You can actually make your own sour cream by adding just a touch of lemon juice and whipping it. Some brands of whipping cream actually have carageenan (thickening agent) added to it.
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    Default Re: MYO: Heavy Cream Substitute

    Quote Originally Posted by Liss View Post
    Heavy Cream: heavy cream must have at least 36 percent milkfat but can have more and it resists curdling when it is heated. It's usually used to make puddings, ice cream, custards, soups etc

    Light Cream- must be at least 18% fat (but LESS than 30% Fat). It can also be listed at Coffee Cream or Table Cream. When it's heated, it has a tendency to separate.

    Whipping Cream has a high fat content, about 30% not more than 36% You can actually make your own sour cream by adding just a touch of lemon juice and whipping it. Some brands of whipping cream actually have carageenan (thickening agent) added to it.

    To answer your question, no it cannot be used in place of Heavy Whipping Cream because once they're separated, they will NOT whip no matter how much you try.
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