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    Question:4b's- Old- Fashioned- Cream- of- Tomato- Soup

    Pretty Bird
    Thu Dec 20, 2012 1:51 pm
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    4b's Old Fashioned Cream of Tomato Soup

    i wanted to know on the 4b's tomatoe soup recipe what kinda cream it asks jus says it whip cream, half n half, etc. ?
    Thu Dec 20, 2012 2:00 pm Groupie
    If it isn't stated otherwise, cream is usually assumed by many people to be heavy/whipping cream. In a recipe like this you could get a good product with any type of cream, though, or even whole milk, although the product would not be as rich and luxurious. Read the reviews, the first two mention rice milk and half and half. I suspect the restaurant used heavy cream.
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