Creme fraiche cheese

Crème fraiche in French for “fresh cream”. It is thick and rich, so it is often used like sour cream. Creme Fraiche is a cultured cream product with a nutty, tangy, slightly sour flavor and a fat content of around 30 percent.

Crème fraîche tastes pleasantly fresh and sour. Its consistency is between that of sour cream and double cream. It is a version of sour cream with a higher fat content, which makes it good for cooking.

Compared to sour cream it has a lower water content and a higher fat content. Because of its high fat content, creme fraiche does not curdle when boiled, which makes it ideal to use as a thickener in sauces and soups. Creme fraiche is used as a condiment or thickener in many appetizers, dinners, and desserts. It provides a delicious topping for soups, main dishes and especially desserts.

In France, creme fraiche is made with unpasteurized heavy cream that already has the necessary healthy bacteria to thicken.
Creme fraiche cheese

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