What is vanola or cremola?

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  1. Creamola Foam was a soft drink produced in the form of soluble crystals. It was manufactured in Glasgow and sold mainly in Scotland from the 1950s until Nestlé ended production in October 1998.

    In 2010, a company from Dumbarton started producing a re-creation of Creamola Foam under the name Kramola Fizz.



  2. This took me a while to figure out since there’s no translation nor meaning to in spanish but it’s guar gum- to thicken and prevent crystal growth. In spanish it’s used in ice cream to prevent flaky ice cream and thicken it. You can buy this product in any big store such as Walmart or online, you can check at your local market if you’re lucky.

  3. hi, approximately 2 weeks in the past there became a piece of writing interior the Metro bearing directly to the final can of Creamola foam found in the back of an previous shop. the corporate went bust and you will no longer purchase it. i think the corporate is going to opposite engineer the product and according to possibility attempt and launch the product returned.

  4. Sorry really i dont’t know…..

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This delicious, nutritious and easy to swallow/digest ground-rice milk pudding is no longer on sale as a pre-prepared mix but it is easy to make.

Serves 3 – 4


  • 2 heaped tablespoons of ground rice
  • 1 rounded tablespoon of custard powder
  • 1 dessertspoon of raw cane sugar or white sugar
  • half teaspoon of vanilla extract
  • 1 pint (580ml) milk (skimmed, semi or full-fat but not soya or re-constituted powder)
  • butter or margarine and ground nutmeg to garnish.

  1. Whilst heating the milk in a large (at least 1.5pt/750ml) saucepan mix the dry ingredients in a pint/500ml ovenproof bowl along with a little milk to make a paste of double-cream thickness and add the vanilla extract.
  2. When the milk has reached boiling point pour it slowly into the bowl, stirring gently until the sugar has dissolved, then pour the mixture back into the pan and return to the heat. Stirring continuously, bring the mix back to a gentle boil for about 3 to 4 minutes until it thickens like a custard.
  3. Then return the boiled mixture to the bowl and dot the surface with about 3 half teaspoon-sized knobs of butter or margarine, sprinkle 2 or 3 good pinches of nutmeg over the top. Bake in the bottom of a pre-heated oven at gas 5 (375 F or 190 C) for 45 minutes.
  4. Serve hot or cold with or without extra milk as desired.

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