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Cream - again

Posted by rua-408032 - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by No longer Online - 3 years ago

i buy mine from kerbian farm . they do whipping cream and double cream from uk .

lovelyyyyyyyyyyy

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Posted by rua-408032 - 3 years ago

Many thanks, on my way to Leclerc to stock up, hopefully will be able to get some nice fresh eggs from a neighbour.

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Posted by HAF-443346 - 3 years ago

Creme proffesional in most supermarkets, buy a satchet of chantily fix if you want it to hold for a few days.

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Posted by buster-784461 - 3 years ago

Egg yolks & crème fleurette

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Posted by Iguana Rock - 3 years ago

I buy the Creme Brulee mix in Netto! 2 sachets for about 75cents. Excellent it is too!

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Posted by La Pirouaie-386472 - 3 years ago

And the question marks should have been a smiley face!

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Posted by jaykay-10041854 - 3 years ago

I don't think so you need the creme entier (usually red I think) for creme brulee and really fresh eggs. Its UHT but fine for cremem brulee had madde it loads of times

 

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Posted by La Pirouaie-386472 - 3 years ago

I use crème entière when making crème brulée, my favourite brand is Président which comes in 1 litre bottles. As it's 30% there's no need for any mascarpone - always works for me ????