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Hey All

I was just wondering if anyone in Melbournw knows where I can get some Orley Whip? I am wanting to mkae pepermint crisp tart, but don't know where to get Orley Whip. I have been to the SA shop in Templestowe, but they don't have any in stock.

Is there any alternative? Does OZ have somehting like Orely Whip?

Any ideas?

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I have not found Orley Whip, so I just use thickenned cream.................seems fine for me.

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There are 2 products here which are similar to orley whip. You will find them in the freezer (!) section but only in certain branches of Franklins here in Sydney and some of the specialty stores seem to stock them. I have used both and they taste very similar to orley whip. The one is called Rich's and the other is called hadar. They come in 500ml or 1 litre cartons. You have to defrost them thoroughly and the richs requires water to be added before you can use it. I used them to make chocolate mousse and it tastes the same except that they are both a bit sweeter than orley whip so you may want to reduce the sugar in the recipe. Arnotts coconut biscuits are about the most similar to tennis biscuits for a peppermint crisp tart. (where did you find the peppermint crisp btw?)

I googled for you and apparently Continental Kosher Butchers in Glenferrie Road, Malvern stocks the Hadar one. I hope that helps,

S

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Due to having a child very allergic to milk, we use Orley Whip a lot as a milk / cream replacement in all sorts of recipes. I am very interested to know if the products mentioned - Rich's and Hadar - are also dairy free? I'm guessing that if Hadar is available at a kosher store, as mentioned by Sasher, it would be dairy free??

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Ok, I googled like crayz, hope this helps:

Making your own substitute:

http://www.vnv.org.au/site/index.php?optio...p;Itemid=102#Do? you know of any non-soy non-dairy cream and cheese substitutes?

You can apparently also try Dream Whip, an American product that comes in powder form. http://www.usafoods.com.au/p264/cake-mixes...our/dream-whip/

Apparently some Kosher shops also stock Orley Whip, according to a forum I found. You can also try vegan shops.

Last recipe idea for making a mock whipped cream

Mock Whipped Cream

1 tsp of gelatin

4 Tbspn hot water

1/2 cup dairy free margarine

3 Tbspn castor sugar

1/4 tsp cream of tartar

vanilla essence

http://forum.maternal.com.au/viewtopic.php...&hilit=ummm

Hope you come right.

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Thanks Polly!! This is the second time you've helped with one of my arb questions! The mock whipped cream thing looks quite feasible. I am busy with a monster jar of Vegemite and trying to wean myself off Marmite, but it looks like the Orley Whip dependence is going to be a trickier one ...

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Hi Patty

Dont know about the Orley Whip, but we get Marmite here on the Gold Coast, and it tastes the same as Marmite in S.A, the jar just looks a bit different! Hope you get an alternative to cream, I'll keep my eyes open.

Regards

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Thanks for all the suggestions, I will have to look around for Rich's or Hadar. I will give the thickened cream a go and see how that works out for the desert I have in mind.

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I found peppermint crisp at Coles and at Target, though only the small bars.

PS found Rich's contact details:

http://www.whiptopping.com/brokers.cfm

Looks very much like Orley Whip. Checked in our local Coles, but they didn't seem to have it.

More of their non-dairy subsitutes:

http://www.richs.com/product_info.cfm?catid=6159

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Thanks to all who have added info. I saw Marmite at a shop in Perth which sold some SA stuff, and it was $15 for a 250g bottle! That kind of shocked me into planning to overcome my addiction. It's unfortunate that Vegemite contains preservatives, but paying $15 for Marmite would kill me anyway ...

Hey Zaffergirl, how much for black gold on the Gold Coast??

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I received this from the Export people at Orley foods

At this stage Orley whip is not available in Australia. In the past few

years a limited quantity has been exported for the Jewish festival of

Passover (March / April) to niche stores serving the Jewish community.

We are open to enquiries for import and distribution, but given the

distances to Aus. And the relatively short (4 months)shelf life of Orley

Whip, this can only be achieved with air freight.

It would be nice if the SA shops ie Springbok foods/Satooz etc will consider it in an effort to please the nation. I am sure it will sell well if quarantine will allow .

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