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Old 06-29-2017, 02:54   #21
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Yep, we used to do the fresh cream. My sister's rural grocery store carried pasteurized, but unhomogenized milk. Let it sit in the fridge overnight and you could spoon out the cream for your coffee. They haven't had it since the creamery fire. I understand it is up and running again, so maybe they will have it again.

I'm not a purist. I loved milk pie that my great-aunt used to make, but you have to have unpasturized milk to make it. Pasturized milk makes it taste burned. Otherwise, I just stick with storebought. Needless to say, not something I could have on LCHF. My sister's neighbor can now supply her (and me) with unpasturized milk since he no longer keeps a dairy, but I only get there once in awhile.

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Originally Posted by Blue Girl View Post
What Is Bad About Mono- & Diglycerides? | LIVESTRONG.COM
This is what I have found on mono & diglycerides.
In this article they say the mono and diglycerides are often found in processed foods, listing whipped cream as one of them. I think this is more in line with already processed stuff like cool whip, not heavy whipping cream. Read this article from Chris Kesser talking about the difference between natural occurring transfats and the man-made ones your article is addressing.

If you like to try stuff, you might try a coffee/chicory mix for less caffeine. Our local big name discount store has been carrying some, the brand that comes in a red bag.

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