Sour(ed) Cream


#1

Is it…

  • Sour Cream
  • Soured Cream

0 voters

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#2

Smetana.


#3

I also wanted to say that I fucking love sour(ed) cream.


#4

@Smee-tana


#5

Ratio of buying creme fraiche to sour(ed) cream: 10:1


#6

check a Pringles tube

Sour Cream


#7

La-di-fucking-da


#8

c) death fart fuel


#9

It’s the same price tafe and they are right next to each other.


#11

Sour cream in Russian. сметана if you’re gonna be pedantic.


#12

http://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=265166259&gclid=CMys-putmdACFQ26GwodUV4LlQ&gclsrc=aw.ds

http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/gb/groceries/sainsburys-soured-cream-150ml

https://www.aldi.co.uk/p/48765/0

Soured, definitely


#13

Excludes non-French speakers, so elitist!


#15

It’s fucking soured you helmets.


#16

Loads of false friends in the Slavic languages. Like ovoshchi/овощи means vegetables in russian (wtf Russia?) and zeleni/зелени is greens like in English. First time I went to the Czech Republic I was all “why the fuck does everything on these menus come with cabbage?”


#17

Like specifically, some small kind of cabbage.


#19

Close enough.


#20

YOU are the helmet


#21

Go to a shop and buy a pot labelled sour cream. Good luck!


#22

the product itself is soured cream, as in cream that has been soured. however the flavour is that of sour cream, as in cream that tastes sour.

next question…


#23

Told my landlady in Austria once that I’d nearly fallen into an open grave full of slurry in the mountains and made her very concerned, when in fact I meant ditch. Das Grab, Der Graben.