Low Fat Soured Cream

Low Fat Soured Cream
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Customer reviews:

0.5/5

vile not cream phoned customer care to ask why it was called cream when it is not cream but some nasty skimmed milk rubbish and was told they could call this stuff cream as it was soured so it was ok to mislead customers. Apparently it is realy popular but i think it is just cheaper to make than actual cream.

By mackay - Nature lover
July 17, 2017

0.5/5

Guys, do you even know what is soured cream? This is not soured cream- taste something like natural yoghurt sh*t! Buy Sainsbury’s soured cream as an exemple! Let’s tell you what is soured cream- when you milk a cow in a huge pot after few hours on the top of the pot up to 1/3 of the pot will be cream- on very top so called “double cream!” Further down it’s less intense such as “single cream” and only then there’s milk. When you remove this cream and if you don’t consume it- after 3 days it becomes “soured cream!” Double cream will form the soured cream of 35% and single will form 10%-15%. On this Yeo packaging it says “improved recipe!” That’s ridiculous- there’s no other recipe than to milk a cow and to wait 3 days!

By Chris
July 17, 2017

1/5

Very unpleasant bitter after taste, did not realise it was low fat until I looked as to why it tasted so odd.

I hope they do a full fat version as we love Yeo Valley products, but will not be buying this again

By Sarah M - Baking fiend / Keen cook / Nature lover / Sweet tooth
July 17, 2017

1/5

I was unpleasantly surprised that there is only a low fat version of this. We do not use low fat products as they are bad for health, so I was hoping that there would a full fat version as well. But I didn’t see it on the website, so I’m afraid it may not be there. Hopefully soon though.

By Diana Boskma - Baking fiend / Healthy foodie / Keen cook / Nature lover / Outdoorsy sort
December 30, 2016