cream, plastic A term used for a cream containing as much fat as butter (80–83%) but as a dispersal of fat in water, while butter is water in fat. Prepared by intense centrifugal treatment of cream; crumbly, not greasy, in texture; used for preparation of cream cheese and whipped cream.
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