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November 27, 2016

What Type of Cream Should I Use?

We break down the types of cream available in Canada, and explain which type to use in recipes. How to use cream in recipes Uh oh. Your recipe calls for heavy cream and you’re not sure—is that the same as whipping cream? Cream is generally categorized based on the percentage of milk fat (MF) it […]

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DIY Dairy

Make Your Own Kefir

Kefir is a refreshing, slightly acidic drink on its own. It tastes somewhat like yogurt. It makes a great addition to smoothies and very fluffy pancakes or waffles when used in a recipe that calls for buttermilk. Making kefir at home is easier than you think! Here’s an easy guide to make it yourself.

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Breakfast

Chai

This easy, homemade chai has the perfect blend of spices to bring comfort into your day.

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Arancini with tomato sauce on blue plate
Dairy products
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May 20, 2022

Five Tasty Cheese Recipes

If you’re looking for a cheesy companion to your main course then this Double Cheese Arancini is for you. These Italian-inspired rice balls are stuffed with cheese and then rolled in bread crumbs before they are fried to create a crispy outer shell. Rolling these Cheesy Shrimp Spring Rolls is as fun as they are […]

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Tips and tricks
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February 9, 2010

Tips for making whipped cream

Making whipped cream at home is easy when you know these simple tips. Learn which type of cream is best for whipping, and how to get perfect, delicious whipped cream every time. The key to whipping cream successfully is to start with the right kind of cream—whipping cream, which contains about 33%-35% milk fat. (Cereal […]

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Yogurt and fermented products
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February 8, 2010

What Are the Potential Benefits of Yogurt?

Several researchers (1, 2, 3, 4) have reported a significant improvement in lactose digestion and a virtual elimination of maldigestion symptoms when yogurt is the source of lactose. Although yogurt may contain more lactose than milk (depending on the addition of milk solids to improve texture and viscosity), the lack of maldigestion symptoms is believed […]

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paneeer cubed in cheesecloth on a woodboard with lemon
DIY Dairy

Make Your Own Paneer

This firm, non-melting cheese is mild and slightly sweet. When cooked, paneer takes on the flavours of surrounding ingredients, making it a great addition to curries, stir-fries, and desserts.

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