Cornish Ice cream?....

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  1. Sannie87

    Sannie87 Well-Known Member

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    Hey ladies,

    Bit of a silly question. My hubby bought me some vanilla Kelly's cornish Ice cream at the weekend having managed to not open it I had to get it out and have it.

    It doesn't list eggs on the ingredients list but it does have fresh milk & clotted cream etc...now I feel paranoid because I properly went for it :dohh:

    I am now worried and angry with myself for having it.
     
  2. irish_cob

    irish_cob Well-Known Member

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    Why? There's nothing unsafe about fresh milk or cream.
     
  3. Sannie87

    Sannie87 Well-Known Member

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    Well i stupidly googled and it said sometimes clotted cream is not pasteurized :blush:
     
  4. alocin22

    alocin22 Well-Known Member

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    I have eaten a tonne of it since pregnant. As far as I am aware frozen ice cream is fine. It's just mr whippy type ice cream from the machines that they don't advise :s
     
  5. DebbieF

    DebbieF Well-Known Member

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    I've never heard of Cornish ice cream. I'm not sure what clotted cream is either. Sorry for being so stupid... :(
     
  6. Cherry Bow

    Cherry Bow Proud mama to Jollybean

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    I've eaten loads. I'm currently addicted to cornettos so don't feel bad xx
     
  7. beagleowner

    beagleowner Well-Known Member

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    Same here but I really want it now!
     
  8. smallginger1

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    Clotted cream is fine, the cooking process is deemed to be equivilent to pasturisation.

    Don't worry about it. Knock yourself out! (I wish I could have some now!)
     
  9. Jamandspoon

    Jamandspoon Well-Known Member

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    If the ice cream was unpasturised it would have to say so on the label (if you are in the UK), clotted cream is absolutely fine, also the freezing process will kill of bugs! The issue with ice cream comes from the way in which it served, so if you are buying from an ice cream van/shop with one of the machines there is a theoretical risk that they haven't cleaned the machine properly and it could have listeria bugs on it - however, how often have you ever been ill from eating a 99 from the ice cream van?!?
    If only I could get my hands on some Cornish ice cream...... Mmmmmmmm.......... Enjoy!!
     

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