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George Markov
George Markov

Tangier Subtitles Greek ~REPACK~

While sour cream is made from milk that has been cultured with bacteria, crème fraîche is made from cream that has been soured with bacteria. This key difference gives crème fraîche a slightly tangier flavor and a richer, thicker texture.

Tangier subtitles Greek

Crème fraiche is thicker than sour cream because of its higher butterfat content that comes from the heavy cream it is made from. It also has a tangier taste, rather than the familiar sour you find in sour cream.

The first time I watched it I was using the YouTube app on TV and there were no subtitles, and I thought, "man, I really wish it had subtitles so I could understand everything they were saying!" Then I pulled it up on the computer and realized that if you watch it on a DOES have subtitles!

In either case, I definitely got the sense from their reactions (and confirmed by watching with subtitles) that: 1) carbonara does NOT have garlic, 2) if you combine the sauce properly, there is no need for cream, 3) you do NOT garnish with parsley, and 4) you definitely do NOT cook the pepper! (Seriously, their reactions cracked me up - Italians are expressive, that's for sure.)

You can use all Parmigiano Reggiano, all Pecorino Romano, or any combination of the two cheeses that you prefer - the total amount of cheese should be about 1 oz (about 1/4 cup tightly packed). Parmigiano Reggiano is a little nuttier and sweeter, and Pecorino Romano is a little sharper and tangier. I really like the combo of half and half!

By removing the liquid, or whey, the remaining yogurt is much thicker. This results in a more nutrient-dense food with a tangier flavor. Greek yogurt also tends to be more expensive than regular because it takes more milk to create the same amount of final product. 041b061a72




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