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Old 09-13-2004, 11:41 AM   #11
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Hi Joyful

kitchenelf explained the technical difference between the two. However if you go a regular grocery store in the US you mostly find the terms used interchangebly and they mean the same thing.

It's a different story outside of US or if you go to local farmer markets where they carry produce from all over the world where they have another variety of cream that is true heavy or table cream. I have seen those also sold in cans and are made by Nestle.

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