looking for raw cream??
The next best thing is standard pasteurised cream (ie, not long life or lite cream which may be homogenized) Otherwise, as Ruth says, buy the raw milk and let it set in the refridgerator in a wide topped bowl or similar and then skim off the cream with a large spoon.
Did you know, that what you thought I said, was not what I meant
Ainsley424 wrote: Oh right thanks anyways. I know a person close to me selling raw milk but they aren't doing separating that often. This is basically for health/lifestyle purposes as i don't like anything that has been processed or messed with. Ill keep looking, hopefully ill find some... thanks.
Buy milk and seperate it yourself. its not hard
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