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Where to get 40%whipping cream/manufacturing cream in montreal?

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kichan Jan 25, 2014 04:47 AM

Hi, I was wondering if anyone knows where to get the 40% whipping cream/ manufacturing cream.mi heard that this cream is better to use for cake decoration. I also heard about whipping cream stabilizer... Is there a place that we can find all those. Thank you

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  1. MikeyMadness Jan 25, 2014 09:04 AM

    The whipping cream stabilizer that I use is Dr. Oetker's Whip It, and is available in most grocery stores, usually somewhere within the baking section.

    It comes in little two packs, similar to the three packs of Fleischmann (except in two's), or in a box with multiple single packs.

    As far as cream goes, sorry, I can't help.

     
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      lagatta Jan 25, 2014 10:00 AM

      I've seen 40% cream (assume it can be whipped at that fat level) at Jean-Talon Market at some of the "gourmet" cheese and dairy and natural foods shops. Don't remember which ones, but I can look next time I'm there.

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        Glaff Jan 25, 2014 01:19 PM

        Le marché des saveurs have it.

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        CaptCrunch Jan 25, 2014 10:29 AM

        I once found 40% "artisanal" cream at Marché PA between Guy and Atwater metro.

        I think I found some at the fromagerie atwater but it was so expensive you'd think they flown it from Mars.

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          Siumaieater Jan 25, 2014 12:58 PM

          Call up Fromagerie Atwater, they might have some.

          1. Ruthie789 Jan 25, 2014 02:52 PM

            The health food stores have 40% cream, depending on the brand you choose. Anna Olsen recommends using dry milk powder to stabilize a cream mixture.

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              Simon Patrice Jan 25, 2014 07:58 PM

              Boucherie Lawrence also sells 40% cream in 1l. format from Société Orignal (well, distributed by Société Orignal, the milk comes from Laiterie Chagnon)

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