Food Commodities:Cream

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How is cream made?
By separating the fat and solids from milk. It is a fat in water emulsion
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How should cream be stored?
Fridge and kept covered
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What is the nutritional value of cream?
Protein in small amounts, fat varies accroding type. Carbohydrate in the form of lactose. Vitamin A and D
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What is the fat content of clotted cream?
55%
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What is the fat content of double cream?
48%
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What is the fat content of whipping cream?
35%
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What is the fat content in single cream?
18%
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What percentage of fat does it need to be in order to be whipped?
38-42%
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What happens if the fat content is too low to be whipped?
There won't be enough air bubbles and form foam
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What happend if the fat content is too high to be whipped?
The fat globules come into contact with each other too easily and butter grnules are formed
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