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Cream Substitute!

ChefBeckyD

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Several of the new recipes call for Cream....and while I love cream, I have a problem using it all the time, and especially using it at home, since my DH & DS have some lactose intolerance. Plus, I don't use canned cream soups, so I'm always trying to come up with a good alternative for those. Today, at my local health food store, I found something new! It's called MimicCream, and my friend who works there says it works great! (just not for whipped cream - yet)

I bought some, and I'll be using it soon! Here is the link to the website, for those who may be interested. OH! AND it's completely Vegan, so it's a great alternative for those people too. :D

MimicCreme Non-Dairy Creme Substitute
 

legacypc46

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Thanks Becky. I took a look at the ingreadients list....nice to see it isn't a chemical list! I'd be curious to see how it handles as a substitute in baking. Have you had an experience with that yet....I'm wondering if the lower fat content will make a noticable difference.
 

raebates

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Cool. Thanks for sharing, Becky.
 

otisbg

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POOP! Got all excited about that as my grandson has severe allergies to all dairy - and TREE NUTS. So this is a no-go because it contains cashews & almonds. Darn it anyhow.....but please let us know how it works as it may be a good show alternative for the vegans.
 

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