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how do you say whipping cream in spanish?

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how do you say whipping cream in spanish? whipping cream used to decorate a cake, for example.

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updated NOV 23, 2009
posted by brynnbob13

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Just looked in my fridge - I´ve got "Nata liquida para Montar" Plus a picture of a cook´s whisk - so I guess that´s it. It did whip-up very well, although it is UHT and slightly thinner than what I´m used to in England. No change in taste. Also I´m told that here in Spain it´s the nearest to what we English know as "Double Cream".

updated NOV 23, 2009
edited by caza
posted by caza
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Nata is used in the Americas as well, but it means the film that forms on the surface of milk after heating.

updated NOV 22, 2009
posted by 005faa61
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I think it depends on where you are. In Spain it's called "nata" or "nata batida". In Latin America it's "crema batida". (If you are ever in Aranjuez, Spain during the fall, try the 'fresas con nata' - the best strawberries with whipped cream in the entire world!) cool smile

updated NOV 22, 2009
posted by mountaingirl123
Are they on shortcake? - 0074b507, NOV 22, 2009
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crema batida

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updated NOV 22, 2009
posted by Mokay
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de crema de leche

updated NOV 22, 2009
posted by nubshotz
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