- Creams, like other dairy foods, must be refrigerated as soon as possible after purchase.
- Store cream on refrigerator shelves where it is cooler than on the doors.
- Always use cream prior to the best before date.
- Freezing cream is not recommended. In most cases, freezing cream changes the flavour and causes curdling and a granular texture. Heating and stirring may help overcome some textural changes.
- Since sour cream separates when thawed, it is not a useful ingredient after freezing.
Cooking and Eating
September 1, 2021
Did you know? Consuming milk and milk products contributes to higher nutrient intakes without adverse impact on fat or dietary cholesterol.1 Decreasing the amount of total fat, especially saturated and trans fat, is more effective at decreasing blood cholesterol levels than decreasing the amount of cholesterol ingested from foods. Choose lower fat milk such as […]Read more