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What is the creamed part of creamed corn? Its not a milk product is it?

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Answer #1 | 05/01 2017 22:43
Sometimes it's added cream or butter, but mostly it's the natural starch in the corn. If you're not making it from scratch be sure to read the label.
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Answer #2 | 05/01 2017 21:24
I used to make creamed corn. I would simply scrape the corn pulp out after I cut off the kernals. That's all it takes.
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Answer #3 | 05/01 2017 20:14
Yes- it's made with heavy cream.
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Answer #4 | 05/01 2017 20:55
Yes there are milk products in the recipe, butter, milk and/or cream. However.......Don't confuse that with what you buy in the can at the store advertised usually as "Creamed STYLE Corn." That is what we call down south "double cut" corn. The double cut refers to the way the kernels are removed from the cob. They are first cut off (about halfway through) then the cob is scraped to get all the rest of the corn pulp without the rest of the hull. Many people refer to that as creamed corn. Very easy to tell the difference though.
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