2. Whipped cream became popular as far back as the 16th century in Europe. Back then , it was called 'milk snow', or neve di latte in Italian and neige de lait in French.
3. From the 16th century until the end of the 19th century, whipped cream was whipped using using willow or rush branches, resulting in a process that took more than one hour.
4. Imitation whipped cream does not have any dairy ingredients and is often sold under the name whipped topping or squirty cream.
5. Guess what?! Whipped cream is a popular topping for most desserts.
The last info is a shocker, isn't it? What's also shocking that Dinasou.com only sells one brand on whipped cream. Hey, but at least we sell whipped cream.
All facts taken from Wikipedia.
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