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What is cool whip actually made of?

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2009-07-22 00:48:05
2009-07-22 00:48:05

im pretty sure you dont want to know the answer to this, but.... Cool whip is honestly made of petroleum. dont believe me? check the container. you should see a notice saying: "an edible oil product". no, they do not mean vegetable oil. they mean oil, as in motor oil. i am not lying. what they do is they take oil. then they remove petroleum, and all that other stuff that can be used for a vehicle. there is a bunch of sludge at the bottom. half of it is turned into vaseline (petroleum jelly), and half of it is colored white and flavored/sweetened. then frozen. and sold to us as "whipped cream". guess what? there is no cream in cool whip. at all. disgusted? so am i. i havent eaten cool whip since.

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you retrieve cool whip from cows. you stick them in a freezer and whip them and then milk them to obtain the cool whip.

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No. Half-and-half is made from cow's milk and cream. Cool Whip is non-dairy. It is made from oil.

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No. Whipped cream is made by whipping heavy cream. Cool Whip is a non-dairy substitute for whipped cream. If a recipe calls for whipped cream, you can substitute Cool Whip, but the taste won't be the same.

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If cool whip isn't frozen, then it should be refrigerated.

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Cool Whip is considered a solid.

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Cool Whip is a non-dairy cream. It is made of vegetable oil among other ingredients. Whip Cream is cream from cow. That is the main difference besides the taste.

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Just as you correcly spelled it. In case you need it again: cool whip In a sentence: I ate some cool whip. Hope this helps! :)

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Cool Whip is a brand. It is the same wherever it is sold.

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Cool WHip is so healthy it is non dairy

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Yes, but there are recipes for to make gluten-free cool whip.

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No its not. Cool whip is a topping, whipping cream is an ingredient.

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dream whip!? u mean miracle whip or cool whip?

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There are 2 cups in 8 ounces of cool whip.

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You can buy a cool whip mostly in grocery markets in UK in the jello section

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There are Approx. 14 calories in fat free cool whip.

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Cool whip was developed by the Birds Eye devision of General Foods. The technology to make cool whip was invented by William A. Mitchell, a food chemist at the General Foods Corporation.

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dont think that will work. Cool whip is not dense enough.

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Cool Whip Conversion to CupsBy: Lois Gill, December 6, 2019Easily substitute whipped cream or any brand of whipped topping in place of Cool Whip usingthis handy chart to convert ounces (by weight) or millilitres/litres to cups. And it works the otherway round as well!8 ounces Cool Whip (US by weight) 3 cups12 ounces Cool Whip (US by weight) 41⁄2 cups16 ounces Cool Whip (US by weight) 61⁄2 cups500 millilitres Cool Whip (Canada by volume) 2 cups1 litre Cool Whip (Canada by volume) 4 cups

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Depending on the recipe, cool whip should in most cases be interchangeable with whipping cream as a lower calorie substitute. Cool whip is an imitation of whipped cream, called "whipped topping" by its manufacturers.

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Cool whip is made of water, corn syrup and high fructose corn syrup, hydrogenated coconut and palm kernel oil, sodium caseinate, vanilla extract, xanthan and guargums, polysorbate 60 and betacarotene.

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yes very good but in a cool way cool way! cool whip!

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This food will stay good for up to a week in the refrigerator. Cool whip does not have milk in it. This lets it keep longer.

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About 3 cups in one 8oz container of cool whip

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No. Cool Whip is a non-dairy substitute for whipped cream, which is made by (obviously) whipping heavy cream with a whisk or an electric mixer. In general, one can be substituted for the other, but the taste won't be exactly the same.


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