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Post by Carry Bean on Thu Jul 20, 2017 12:24 pm

slainte39 wrote:Homogenization is the culprit, otherwise you could just let it sit and let the cream (fat) come to the top.
Years ago, in another world, we separated the cream from the milk, drank/ate the cream and fed the non fat skim milk to the hogs to make them fat.  Had to have that bacon grease as an ingredient for all sorts of cooking.  After 8 decades, I am no longer looking for the fountain of youth. Very Happy

We used to buy cream from a lady who had her own dairy cows near our weekend place. It was way thicker than mayonnaise and my mother made killer pies and cobblers from wild blackberries. Nothing better than warm blackberry cobbler with a big dollop of that cream. I'd kill for that now.

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Post by Rosa Venus on Thu Jul 20, 2017 7:40 pm

Carry Bean wrote:...my mother made killer pies and cobblers from wild blackberries.  Nothing better than warm blackberry cobbler with a big dollop of that cream.  I'd kill for that now.

And if you had that in front of you, I'd kill you and take it.

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Post by Rosa Venus on Thu Jul 20, 2017 7:44 pm

Oh hell. This thread is about non-fat milk. Sorry. The wild blackberry cobbler with cream on top sent me into a spin. Damn.



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Post by ferret on Thu Jul 20, 2017 7:54 pm

Who cares what started the thread, the remembered picture of blackberry cobbler with cream sent me down memory lane.
Real apple crisp does it too. We had, once upon a time, 37 macintosh apple trees. Anyone who wanted apples just came and picked them. A friend decided to make my hubby an apple crisp and asked how he liked it done best. He said... "Just the crisp... F#%k the apples". Thumbs up
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Post by Carry Bean on Thu Jul 20, 2017 9:25 pm

I agree with your husband! My Mom managed to get enough peaches from our tree that weren't wormy or rotten to make a peach pie. My, my, my was it good. I don't have the pie crust gene my sister inherited but it's rare to come across a good crust because I've had the best.

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Post by brigitte on Fri Jul 21, 2017 9:01 pm

the non fat milk from Lala is called silhouette and it is in a white and pink box.


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Post by brigitte on Fri Jul 21, 2017 9:05 pm

slaintes , in France in the center of France where I spent a few summers the milk coop did not want the cream so the farmers would remove the cream and feed it to the pigs and piglets.. that village was very remote and the butcher would only kill small animals as there were very few people in the village , we used to have cream fed piglets for dinner and boy were they good..

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Post by brigitte on Fri Jul 21, 2017 9:06 pm

slaintes , in France in the center of France where I spent a few summers the milk coop did not want the cream so the farmers would remove the cream and feed it to the pigs and piglets.. that village was very remote and the butcher would only kill small animals as there were very few people in the village , we used to have cream fed piglets for dinner and boy were they good..

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