I have been investigating cream. Is it a real food?
Wki states that cream is the dairy product that is composed of the higher butterfat layer skimmed from the milk before it is homogenized or blended. Why can’t they just say blended? that would make things much more understandable.
Dairy Cream (95%) , Sugar (5.0%) , Emulsifier (Lactic Acid Esters of Mono and Diglycerides of Fatty Acids) , Stabiliser (Carrageenan) , Propellant Gas (Nitrous Oxide) .
That is what it says on the tin/can so that makes it NOT real food and it even has sugar in it, oops!
Buttermilk (63%) , Vegetable Fat (26%) , Vegetable Oil (8.8%) , Buttermilk Powder , Emulsifiers: E435, E322 (from Soya) , Lactose , Stabilisers: E412, E410 , Colour: 160a .
Now i didn’t know it contained all that lot, not real food either.
Most definitely is real food.
You definitly can’t eat strawberries without cream, well i can’t anyway, but you really shouldn’t eat this cream -