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I like Aguascalientes brand.  It's not crema acidificada (sour cream) though--it's standard Mexican table cream, and delicious.  It comes in several sizes:
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7 minutes ago, ficklepie said:

That's not sour cream. That's crema. Sour cream is labeled crema ácida.

Dude, read the fine print that says:

"Crema Premium Acidificada Pasteurizada"

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18 minutes ago, Mostlylost said:

The name for sour cream in Mexico is Crema Acidificada    So it is sour cream posted by Angus , as opposed to crema fresca which is not sour cream

That is not correct. "Crema ácida" is much more common (Google the two phrases in quotes and see which is more common).

 

 

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28 minutes ago, AngusMactavish said:

Ya, and I am Ethiopian acidificada.

I don't know about that, but I do know that you are wrong. 1) It tastes nothing like sour cream, so you don't even need to read the fine print. 2) You don't really think that Sello Rojo is going to sell their sour cream and label it as crema, do you? And expect people to look at the fine print? When most Mexicans don't even know what sour cream is?

Sello Rojo is crema, it's not sour cream. They're made in two different ways.

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23 minutes ago, ficklepie said:

That is not correct. "Crema ácida" is much more common (Google the two phrases in quotes and see which is more common).

 

 

I don't know about google.         Since the  70's I have been buying crema acidificada   

Look closely at the  package       " acidificada pasteurizada"

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23 minutes ago, ficklepie said:

I don't know about that, but I do know that you are wrong. 1) It tastes nothing like sour cream, so you don't even need to read the fine print. 2) You don't really think that Sello Rojo is going to sell their sour cream and label it as crema, do you? And expect people to look at the fine print? When most Mexicans don't even know what sour cream is?

Sello Rojo is crema, it's not sour cream. They're made in two different ways.

Yes they do label that way.   Just look at the picture  it says     " acidificada pasteurizada"

Sello Rojo ( which is a Jalisco dairy) sells both 

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