Heavy Cream Questions
I would be getting 1600 calories, 175 fat, 122.5 saturated fat, 0 carbs, 0 sugars, 0 protein I figured this would be ALMOST be all I needed for my Low Carb High Fat Diet, maybe with the addition of a couple of eggs or a little bit of meat... (more)
I have cut back my coffee in take gradually so eventually it will become a treat, but at this point it's about twice/week. These days I usually have it with heavy cream. Though we all know this is the better option, the calorie range is... (more)
I drink two tablespoons of heavy cream in my two coffees every morning. I'm still dropping about two pounds a week. Man, that's a lot of "twos" http://www.jbprimal.com
I generally subscribe to the Kurt Harris doctrine that supplements are a poor substitute for simply eating natural foods in accordance with paleolithic principles. However, I recently bought some L-lysine and leucine powders and am experimenting... (more)
I hope someone can help me with this question. I am a 44 year old (young) woman who was diagnosed 6 months ago with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. This leukemia is usually found in older people, but it looks like incidence in younger people is on... (more)
2/28/2011 Tons of butter every day Total Cholesterol: 391 HDL: 55 LDL: 269 (Iranian) 5/03/2011 No butter from time of last result Total Cholesterol: 323 HDL: 67 LDL: 192 (Iranian) 3/13/2012 Very rarely consumed butter from time of last result... (more)
My 2 year old loves his whole milk (organic, super pasteurized) and I have been sneaking in coconut milk but he doesn't like it. We do not have access to raw milk (on an island). Should I switch him to full fat cream? He is a pretty good eater,... (more)
Which do you think is better (healthier) for me in your morning coffee or tea if you like a creamy cup? Please note I do not like coconut milk or eggs in my coffee. And do you know if they make heavy cream from goats?
Cream is cream and milk is milk. Given how much you're actually going to add, the difference in your health between the two is miniscule. Use the one that makes the tastier coffee.
I loved that I used to be able to walk in to a Starbucks, order my coffee, and request that they put heavy cream into it for me. A few months ago, I noticed they were using a different heavy cream container. It used to be light blue, the new... (more)
I have a small bottle that I fill with coconut milk when I'm going to an espresso place. Tastes just as good in my coffee as cream does (and I'm off dairy anyway).
So, I got a quart of heavy cream a few weeks ago, and the stuff turned fast. Way faster than what I'm used to. Setting aside the argument over whether I should be eating it at all, what do you all think I can use it for? Is sour cream just cream... (more)
If it is pasteurized and has gone really sour (i.e. it's chunky), then it has probably putrefied and you just need to toss it. If it was raw cream (i.e. unpasteurized), it can get sour and still be edible for as long as a week or two. The sour... (more)
Lately, I've been drinking a latte made with grass-fed heavy cream, espresso, and cinnamon, on an almost daily basis (about a large cups worth). Tastes good, and keeps morning hunger pangs away until I'm settled in at work. Any reason I should cut... (more)
Surprisingly, Walmart's Great Value heavy cream is noticeably thicker and creamier than just about anything else I can find out there. I easily go through a quart in about 5 days, and drinking it with a square of super dark chocolate is like a... (more)
I am not in America, but many recipes etc are written by Americans! So how much fat in 'heavy' cream and 'half and half'? Is heavy cream double cream? And half and half whipping cream? Single cream? Thank you Kit. (more)
try this thread, which i totally nailed. http://paleohacks.com/questions/33233/cream-in-new-zealand/33306#33306
I've noticed that good quality butters like Kerrygold or cultured butter) and clarified butter don't bother me; but yogurt (even goat yogurt), regular cheese, and even heavy cream upset my stomach and give me gas problems. I thought that butter... (more)
So I haven't been able to find whipping cream or heavy cream; all I find is "cream". Fresh pasteurised cream. ingredients: Pasteurised cream (40% milk fat). Where does this fit into the American-styled heavy cream?
I just drank a pint of heavy whipping cream and will continue to do so every day this week and report back with my results. Apparently a pint has 1600 calories in it. For that many calories, I expected it to be a lot thicker. I'm sure it will... (more)
Drinking heavy cream in tea/coffee is easy enough and I understand some people add HC to eggs and make shakes of sorts. Does anyone have any other recommendations? I have trouble drinking it plain and I'm veering away from even decaf coffees and... (more)
I enjoy heavy cream but I cannot find what I consider reliable information about it. (I do not consider anything published by the government or the milk industry as "reliable.") 1) Here in the U.S., in my part of the country, I can only get cream... (more)
I swear I bought some heavy cream at Trader Joe's that was totally free of additives. My most recent purchase there has carrageenan. Not sure how awful the stuff is (if at all) but I'd rather have 100% cream. Anyone know of any "clean" brands?... (more)
Hello again :) I'm from Europe and have a hard time finding "whole/heavy cream". I'm wondering if "smetana" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smetana_(dairy_product)) is heavy/whole cream ? On the label of "smetana" it says: Sweet* cream Sweet... (more)
Hey guys, I was wondering if I could have some advice on eating heavy cream (the carton says at least 40% fat) and losing weight. I know I should be eating minimal nuts and fruit but just wondering what rules apply for heavy cream. I've recently... (more)
I am a tea lover, so my preference shifts often...right now, my fave is Eco Teas Mate' and their Roobois Chai brewed together, blended with butter and coconut oil, vanilla, stevia, nutmeg, cinnamon and cardomom...bulletproof coffee style...so... (more)