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    creme fraiche

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    100g Creme fraiche
    AuthorDominik13 Mar 06, 22:23
    Suggestioncreme fraiche
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    Creme fraiche is pronounced 'krem fresh'. It is a thick and smooth heavy cream with a wonderfully rich and velvety texture. This matured cream has a nutty, slightly sour taste produced by culturing pasteurized cream with a special bacteria. In France, where it originated, the cream is unpasteurized so it naturally contains the bacteria necessary to make creme fraiche. The butterfat content varies (usually 30%), as there is no set standard so you will find every brand tastes a little differently. Creme fraiche can be found in specialty food stores and some grocery stores although it is quite expensive.

    Creme fraiche is used in both sweet and savory dishes. Makes a wonderful topping for fresh berries, cobblers and puddings.
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    Same thing.
    #1AuthorRobert13 Mar 06, 22:26
    Suggestioncrème fraîche or creme fraiche
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    The same, but with the proper French spelling (well, I would prefer it that way).
    #2AuthorMary (nz/A)13 Mar 06, 22:28
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    und.. stimmt das "specialty food stores and some grocery stores although it is quite expensive."? Schon erstaunlich, bedenkt man, dass in .de jeder Lidl, Aldi, Edeka und wasweissichwas das Zeugs hat. Da kommts einem fast so vor als wärs eine deutsche Spezialität (... aus Frankreich mit französischem Namen...)
    #3Authoriri03 Jan 07, 02:27
    Suggestioncultured cream
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    Hier in Südafrika heißt es 'creme fraiche' oder 'cultured cream'. Wobei das produkt selten benutzt wird und letztere Übersetzung eher verstanden wird.
    #4AuthorLaudia (795362) 26 Oct 13, 13:01
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    #5Authorno me bré (700807) 26 Oct 13, 13:11
     
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