[Sca-cooks] I Didn't Know...

ranvaig at columbus.rr.com ranvaig at columbus.rr.com
Fri Sep 7 14:19:03 PDT 2007

> >......not because of anything he did, more the fact that milk today is
>>separated from cream in a different manner to the Tudors. Today,
>>our milk and cream are separated centrifugally, in the past good old
>>gravity did the job....so what you say...well, our milk today has less
> >fat in it than in the past and our cream more fat.

If the cream is removed by any method, it wont be there to rise. Unless they used 2% or fatfree milk, it isnt so much that it is separated differently, as that the fat that is left is homogenized and wont rise.


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