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Cheese Spread
Condensed Milk
Powdered Milk
Flavoured Milk
Ice Cream
Cottage Cheese (Paneer)


Cream made from cow milk for the most part those from Jersey cow, which nibble on natural grazing land often include some natural carotenoid pigments resulting from the plants they eat; this provides the cream a minor fair character, therefore the forename of the yellowish-white color cream. One the other hand the cream scanned from cows that are fed at home, on grain or grain-based pellets turns out to be white.

If one desires unpasteurized cream, one should be predominantly be cautious to preserve it appropriately chilled as it has a diminutive shelf-life.


The entire cream should be kept back in the fridge. It is meant to be used within two to three days. UHT creams should be cared for as unsullied cream once opened. Creams, in their uncooked state, are usually incompatible for icy but coagulated cream can be freeze for up to a month and double cream and whipping cream can be icy for a month if flippantly beatean first. while included with other ingredients, such as at the time of making ice cream, cream freezes well.

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