Yeah, Cori, you are right, I knew that (not being a know it all, just saying).
But half a gram per 15g is better than one gram I guess.
That's really weird Demuralist!
My brand is Producer's Dairy.
What's in the ingredients? Something funky?
It is Farmland Dairy, and it does have "stabilizers" it is the only heavy cream our Costco carries right now. I will keep an eye out though.
Hmm, strange, but I guess it would be more strange if we lived
in the same state, so there's that.
MY Costco only carries the heavy cream during the holidays, so once February
Half gallon is 5.89.
Can't even get a pint of organic at THAT price.
The kicker, is, that it lasts OVER a month. Like, a month
and a half, which is totally crazy.
Ours is 2.99 a quart, and as far as I know they always have it.
Darigold here and $6.29 half gallon. Says zero sugar.
I love heavy cream, don't get me wrong. I wish I could keep drinking it but I don't want to stay this weight. If I can break this stall by finding a lower calorie alternative then I will. Darn it!
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I hear you honeybuns.
When I was doing low fat (for my coffee that is) I would use that
fat free half and half and whole milk.
Carbs would be up of course, but my morning coffee was only like
50 calories, and that was perfect when I was trying to cut down.
And I really liked the flavor of the stuff I put in it, even though the fat
free half and half has goofy shit in it.
Once I even trained myself to ONLY use a 15g of heavy cream in my
16oz of coffee.
The COLOR did NOT look right at all, I like my coffee LIGHT, but you know
what, it tasted GREAT.
That also was 50cal coffee!
I need to get back to that place so I can eat more FOOD instead, but we
have all this whole milk that will go bad because my kids don't DRINK milk
and never had, except for the Super Secret Special Chocolate Milk.
Youngest won't drink the special stuff though, he hates heavy cream.
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out when the other is about gone.
I find that freezing them actually makes them last longer when you
DO use one, about three weeks after half of it thaws out so you can
I think the big ball of ice in the middle keeps it extra fresh longer.
So then, even the boys drinking minimal chocolate milk and me only using
100g in my coffee (and The Man Unit using 200g on sat and sun) it's NEVER
gone bad before it's gone, which is fantabulous!
I also add it to banana bread and other secret things I make for the boys, when
it calls for water, to beef up cals and fat.