Added sugar is worse than the removed fat.
Beware 'FAT FREE' and '50% Fat' - the fat is replaced with Sucrose or sugar. Which is worse than the fat.
I’ve tried many brands of creme fraiche but they’re often either runny or grainy. Tesco own brand beats them all love it.
I love this! Just the best I have ever had, BUT what has happened to the clear top we always had? If you are not going to replace this then I will have to look elsewhere1 It is not a lot to ask Tesco
makes a mundane meal special
lovely flavour - used to make savoury sauces with mushrooms etc.
What has happened to the plastic cover?
The creme fraiche always used to have a clear plastic cover so that once the foil lid was removed, one could pop the remainder in the fridge with plastic cover and use over the next few days. Now Tesco no longer includes the plastic cover and once opened you have to resort to using cling film or some unsatisfactory cover. I applaud the efforts to reduce the amount of plastic packaging, but the loss of the plastic cover means one uses more cling film, the creme fraiche doesn't keep so long once opened and therefore increases food waste.
Top missing always
Can I please request that this item arrives with clear plastic top?
Recently discovered. Great alternative to cream. Unless you were making a cream cake. Though it makes a good cheese cake. Can use in sweet and savoury dishes. Added to soup recently rather adding cream, It's a safer option than cream, it doesn't split when added to to heat.
I use this for lots of things. Making cheese sauce
I use this for lots of things. Making cheese sauce, just warm and add grated cheese with a touch nutmeg and stir until cheese has melted. Topping for fresh fruit salad or mix with plain yoghurt. Add garlic or spring onion for dips. Add to curries for a creamy texture.
Why is sucrose added to this product?
Not impressed after using this product in a pasta bake to find sucrose in the ingredients list. I presume this is added sugar, rather than the naturally occurring milk sugar, lactose. If so, why do you need to add sucrose, Tesco?