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    Hi, I read that Scots like to add cream in their tea.
    Is cream the fat of the milk in this case?
    I mean, I know it can' t be the cream you use for your body , but I don't if it is whipped cream or the more liquid cream it is used to prepare a bechamelfor lasagne.
    Thanks. Rip.

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    Re: cream

    Quote Originally Posted by ripley
    Hi, I read that Scots like to add cream in their tea.
    Is cream the fat of the milk in this case?
    I mean, I know it can' t be the cream you use for your body , but I don't if it is whipped cream or the more liquid cream it is used to prepare a bechamelfor lasagne.
    Thanks. Rip.
    It's the same as putting milk in your tea but with a higher fat content. There are two kinds of cream - heavy cream (very thick and used in cooking or baking) and half-and-half cream which is not as thick as heavy cream. It makes the tea taste yum!

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