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Karen, here are a few more facts: I used organic heavy cream, but
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Posted to Thread #29514 at 11:03 am on Mar 27, 2017
regular buttermilk (can't find organic buttermilk near me).
Our house was around 76-78 degrees and I just let it sit on the kitchen counter. Instructions say you can let it sit in the refrigerator the whole time, but it will take longer to thicken.
The version I used previously was 2 TBL of buttermilk to 2 cups of heavy cream, but it never seemed thick enough to me. Especially after I watched an episode on Unique Sweets at FLOUR and her cream fraiche was THICK!
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- 29514. Made the most beautiful crème fraîche...very thick and creamy and used it in [LINK] - MarilynFL - 5:11pm on 03/26/17 (6)
- Thank you, I am so tired of trying to find it around here, and when I do find it, just not seems up - KarenNoCA - 1:57am on 03/27/17
- Karen, here are a few more facts: I used organic heavy cream, but - MarilynFL - 11:03am on 03/27/17
- How did the scones come out? - colleenmomof2 - 3:18pm on 03/27/17
- Dough is still in the freezer, unbaked. I doubt I'll get around to them for a bit - MarilynFL - 4:39pm on 03/27/17
- Yes, rain is sometimes the best possible weather ;) [NT] - colleenmomof2 - 4:44pm on 03/27/17
- amen, sister. [NT] - MarilynFL - 4:51pm on 03/27/17