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Can You Freeze Cream?

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Yes, you can freeze cream, and it is very simple. When you don't want to use it up right away, just simply put the cream in a tightly sealed container and place in the freezer.
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Make ice cream and put it in the freezer. The temperature of the freezer makes it freeze.
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