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Major Nikon

Major Nikon's Journal
Major Nikon's Journal
October 4, 2013

Milk fat conversion tip

You can get any milk fat percentage you like if you stock nonfat milk and heavy whipping cream in your refrigerator.

For each 1% of milkfat, add either 1 tsp of heavy whipping cream or 6g to each cup of nonfat milk.

1% milk = 1 cup nonfat (245g) + 1 tsp heavy whipping cream (6g)
2% milk = 1 cup nonfat + 2 tsp heavy whipping cream (12g)
Whole milk = 1 cup nonfat + {1 tbs + 1/4 tsp} heavy whipping cream (20g)

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