The cuisine of nearly every European country east of Germany makes me think of sour cream. While I live in Canada and my grandmother is scared of fat, I imagine someone over there bringing low-fat sour cream to their grandmother’s house and her saying something like “Why did you buy this? This isn’t for eating, no good!”
Here in Canada we call 3.25% milk “homo milk”, and yes, you can buy it in bags. I finally got my dad to stop buying 2% (the norm here), and he finds a significant difference between 2% and 3.25%. He chugs it right out of the bag now
…It’s literally gray?
I wonder what happens during the processing to make it turn gray. Even the 0% rubbish I used to drink here was white, though very watery.