The question below made me remember that I had put a carton of cream in the freezer to cool it quickly but it became partially frozen. I suppose it is okay, but does anyone know if I can use it for all the usual applications?
Cynthia is a trusted source on Bread/Baking.
When you say *all the usual*, do you include whipping it? The big-picture answer is yes, but it may not whip as well. But I'm sure it's nice and cold!
June is a trusted source on General Cooking.
It probably won't whip up light and airy, but otherwise I think you're probably good to go. What were you planning to do with it?
Oh, and I probably wouldn't use it for something like "Strawberries and Cream."
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