I grew up with only one version: black and white. Has anyone produced a dictionary yet? Half and half has a fat percentage around 12% and, although much thicker and creamier than milk, it will not whip up into fluffy whipped cream like heavy cream will. This indicates that by mid-spring the whales had migrated away from the zone where the sharks live. Using half and half saves me a step when mixing up my ice cream base, it also saves me a step when writing the recipe because I can call for one convenient ingredient rather than two separate ones. In the North-West of England half and half means something entirely different. The results tally with what we know about sei and fin whale migrations, but also reveal something new about sperm whales. This meant they could look at where on a whale the bites occur, and the stage of would healing of the wound indicated when the attacks happened.
You can substitute for half and half by mixing half whole milk and half heavy cream. I tend to keep half-n-half around instead of milk. Those of you who are culinary sensitive should not read any further. My favorite application for half and half , where may recipes will call for both heavy cream and milk. Heavy cream has a fat percentage of about 35% and that concentration of fat is what helps stabilize it when you whip it into whipped cream.
Dozens of wounds The results show that the sharks inflicted many wounds from head to tail on whales passing through their habitat. Aussi English not too dis-similar, but I am afraid American English is sometimes difficult for us Brits to follow. The lower number of fresh wounds on maturing sperm whales suggest that they spend less time at lower latitudes — where the sharks are — than mature whales. Too many versions of English. When it appears in a recipe, it sometimes generates a little confusion as to what it is. They are thought to rise up from depths of 1000 to 4000 metres to prey on fresh meat, — quite an undertaking given they are only around half a metre long.
You would think the higher fat would be more sensitive. They were always my favorite cookie as a teenager, and impossible to buy in Holland as a kid. Whales migrating through tropical waters often carry crater-like wounds, and cookie-cutter sharks looked like the culprits. I can cut it if needed for recipes or make one just a little richer and tender by using the full amount. But we lacked data on how frequent such might be, and where and when they happen.
Papastamatiou says the study convincingly fingers cookie-cutter sharks as having caused the whale wounds. If you eat this cookie as a whole, you will taste a mild chocolate flavor similar to chocolate milk. As far as we are concerned they are what you get at a chippy — sorry fish and chip shop — the early form of take-away — with your fish. The things toy but in bags, with various flavours, we call Crisps. Milk seems to have a shorter shelf life than half-n-half—not sure why. Oreo in China takes black and white to a whole new level with a half chocolate half vanilla filling.
Combining this with what we know about whale and shark distributions allowed the researchers to deduce how the frequency and timing of bites was related to whale migration. Now, two South Africa-based researchers have analysed wound data from more than 1700 whale carcasses collected by one of them at Donkergat whaling station in South Africa over 8 months in 1963, when commercial whaling was still allowed. It is sometimes fun finding out the differences. Think about it this way: if you mixed equals amounts of cream and water, the mixture would have half the fat percentage of the cream by itrself, that is 17%. The implied percentage math in this article is not incorrect.
. American half-and-half is almost the same as English single cream. One sei whale carried 138 unhealed bite marks. By mixing with milk instead of water in equal amounts , the fat percentage of the mixture will be higher than 17%. Robert 2013 Trying to find mild is hard these days. It can be used in place of milk in many recipes, such as cakes and quickbreads, and will give baked goods an even finer, more tender crumb than they would typically have although it is worth noting that the extra fat can create a product that is too rich and even slightly greasy occasionally. The rich, creamy consistency of half and half is ideal for adding to black coffee to lighten it up without watering it down and for adding to soups to enrich them.
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