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is it a liquid, a solid, or a gas.

 

I just witnessed an argument where the possibility of it being all three was mentioned...

 

So, er, anybody got any answers?

 

:scared:

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Originally posted by observer:

When it is squirted out onto your capacino, perhaps it may be a soft solid?! :wink:

And if squited onto Al Pacino, my missus goes all soft and gooey!!

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Whipped cream in a can is also based on cream. It is already sweet (generally sweetened with corn syrup, but some brands use sugar), and flavored with natural and artificial flavors (that are meant to mimic the vanilla you would likely add yourself). Aerosol-based whipped creams are always (we believe) lower in fat, and this is accomplished by using a blend of cream and whole, lowfat, or nonfat milk. Aerosol whipped cream also has a number of stabilizers to keep the whipped cream stiff. It may have vitamins added and it may have artificial color. The gas that whips it and shoots it out the nozzle of the can is nitrous oxide ? also known as laughing gas.

 

Retrievered from: web page

 

[ 05.03.2008, 00:28: Message edited by: Mary ]

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Originally posted by Mary:

The gas that whips it and shoots it out the nozzle of the can is nitrous oxide ? also known as laughing gas.

 

Retrievered from: web page [/QB]

Is that why some parties are better than others?

 

I didn't know you had a dog, Mary. :wink: :biggrinbounce:

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