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Whole milk contains water, lactose, fat, protein, minerals, vitamins and enzymes. It's high in calcium and phosphates. Most whole milk also contains added Vitamin A and D. More »

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Some ingredients to use as a substitution for milk in recipes include almond milk, rice milk, juice and evaporated milk mixed with water. Cooks can also generally use skim, whole and 2 percent milk interchangeably as nee... More »

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A recipe for sour milk involves adding 1 tablespoon of vinegar or lemon juice to 1 cup of whole milk. Let the mixture sit for 5 minutes before using it. Sour milk is not the same thing as milk that has gone sour after sp... More »

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Raw milk consists of water, fats, protein, milk sugars, enzymes, vitamins, acids and minerals. A cow pumps between 600 and 800 gallons of blood through her udders to produce 1 gallon of milk. More »

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Cow's milk is comprised of water, fats, carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins, minerals and enzymes. The majority of milk, 87 percent, is water. The carbohydrates of milk are present in the form of lactose, comprising 4.9 pe... More »

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Processed cheese products such as Kraft Singles often contain some cheese, milk, milk solids, water emulsifiers, salt, rennet, food coloring and vitamins. Each type of processed cheese has a different mixture of these in... More »

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Natural soy milk is full of protein, vitamins and minerals. However, soy does have a bad reputation for being unhealthy. It is up to consumers to weigh the benefits and negative effects and choose whether they wish to co... More »

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