It is an antibiotic cream containing clotrimazole which is used in treatment of vaginal infections such as yeast.
Light cream is sweet cream with less butterfat than heavy cream. I think in the UK light cream is called single cream and heavy cream is double or whipping cream.
whip cream, sugar cream and ice-cream of course!
He eats ice cream - Does he eat ice cream? He ate the ice cream - Did he eat the ice cream? He is eating the ice cream - Is he eating the ice cream? He was eating ice cream - Was he eating ice cream? They have eaten the ice cream - Have they eaten the ice cream? He has eaten the ice cream - Has he eaten the ice cream? He had eaten the ice cream - Had he eaten the ice cream? He had been eating ice cream - Had he been eating ice cream? He will eat ice cream to morrow - Will he eat ice ream tomorrow? He is going to eat ice cream tomorrow - Is he going to eat ice cream tomorrow?
In the UK, whipping cream is just a type of cream sold for whipping. (And actually, double cream works better for whipped cream toppings). Whipped cream is a type of fresh cream, in the sense that double cream, single cream, clotted cream etc... are all types of fresh cream. Whipped cream is not "the same as" fresh cream, it is a member of the "fresh cream" group. If a recipe just says "serve with fresh cream", it's best just to pick a type of cream that suits your needs (i.e pourable or non-pourable).
Because ice-cream is iced cream!
there is no cream in cream crackers
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Allright, Cream in ice cream is half and half cream which is basically milk but you can get it heavier or lighter.
people who owned a ice cream shop have ice cream
cream= crema ice cream= helado
Nope. Sour cream has to do with One certain ingredient and Sour ice cream is like sour milk but the sour in the ice cream is the milk:)