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So are you saying full fat milk will create a thicker sauce, that could be my answer... Thanks

asked by @iChuckles over 7 years ago

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added over 7 years ago

eyi, each tweet comes in as a new topic/question on food52.com/foodpickle, so the context of your question isn't obvious.

But re bechamel, the thickness will mostly depend on the proportion of roux (flour+butter mixture) to liquid. whole milk and cream will help a bit, but mostly that adds richness and flavor.

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