Sour Cream

[photopress:Sour_Cream_1.jpg,full,alignright]Sour cream is a pretty funny product, isn’t it? First of all, its funny because we buy it with the word “Sour” right on the lable. How ironic is that! Would you buy something with a label that says “Sour Cheese” or “Rotting Meat”? And the fact that they so confidently labeled it SOUR CREAM. That’s pretty stupid because all we have to do is whip it with a fork and we’ll have whipped cream — or stick it in the freezer for a couple hours and you’ll get Ice Cream. Okay, maybe not.

But seriously, I bought this thing called SOUR cream. How can something that is already SOUR go bad? What, does it become “sour-er” or something? Truth be told, Sour Cream grows moldy if not used in a timely manner. The outside of the package may look nice and shiny, but the infestation of mold begins shortly after purchase. The only way to prevent the mold is to get all the SOUR out of the container in a timely manner.

If you “get it,” add a comment and tell me you get it. I’m wondering who will “get” what I’m saying. There’s more to this story, but you’ll have to comment to hear it.

8 Replies to “Sour Cream”

  1. OK, So how was your potato, or whatever it was, that had moldy sour cream on it?!

    Oh, and by the way, I have always made whipped cream with heavy whipping cream. I’ve NEVER made it with sour cream. I guess I’ve been doing it wrong all this time 😉


  2. OK…. duuuuude… you totally didn’t “get it.” Notice this is in “PROFOUND THOUGHTS”…. there is a profound thought there.

  3. I’m missing the point, but I will read the part II now and then maybe I’ll get it.

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