Well, he can't have cookies and milk everywhere!Don't you get sick of the same food, over and over?
Because different cultures have different traditions.
In this particular case, I suspect it has something to do with a distaste, in America, for depicting a chi…
Perhaps there are many possible factors such as:1. GROWTH HORMONES (GH) or somatotrophin and chicken prolactin/ovine prolactin administered by the poultry manufacturing industry in chickens, subsequently affects the pituitary gland to produce breast milk hormones (the fact that I've changed my diet …
Your milk will probably dry up no matter what you do because it hasn't really come in yet. But if you want to make milk, talk to your doctor they might have some help for you.
If you want to continue milk supply the best way would be to pump the milk on a consistent basis....dr…
The weight of a gallon of milk is only slightly greater than a gallon of water, about 3% more. A US gallon with 2% milkfat weighs about 8.4 pounds, compared to 8.6 pounds for "whole milk" and 8.35 pounds for a gallon of water. Milk is 87 % water, thus a gallon of milk will not differ from milk much…
I do not see any probs. Its simply natural, and your right. Enjoy the milk, Gona save cost as well
You could be pregent.
My beautiful girlfriend often produces milk when we are making love. She is definitely not pregnant and is a little ashamed when I induce her nipples to produc…
In shortMilk is an white liquid, produced by the mammary glands of female mammals. The most common form of milk is from Cows, however other forms can come from Goats and Soya Beans.Milk contains a significant amount of Calcium, which helps young children develop.
More detailsMilk is an opaque…
i am an expert because I'm doing this for my science major milk it does actually rot teeth because milk has lactose and that is one of the main sugars i rots it nearly as much as coke. but if you have a drink of water after drinking milk it wont do any damage to your teeth
The composition of one serving of milk (whole dairy milk w/ 3.25% fat) includes: Overall Composition: Water: 215.50 g Energy: 146 kcal Carbohydrate: 11.03 g Fat: 7.93 g Protein: 7.86 g Minerals (Ash): 1.68 g Vitamins Vitamin A: 68 µg Thiamin (Vitamin B1): 0.107 mg Riboflavin (Vitamin B2): 0.…
No, drinking milk and eating cheese will not make your bottom bigger.
I'm sure you could, as it would act the same as milk. However, you probably want to cut the amount or thin the coconut milk a bit, as it's so much richer. Be careful. Milk contains fats that may be necessary for some recipes to work. It also contains proteins that react with eggs, flours, etc. Coc…
The white stuff floating in milk is bits of fat. There are a
couple of reasons why this can happen:
- Poor homogenisation leads to flocculation (bits of fat clumping
together and floating)
- Spoilage of milk (lowered pH breaks some protein bonds leading to
lumps of fat)
Flocculation can happen e…
Bacteria in the milk produce acid. This lowers the pH of the milk and disrupts the structure of the proteins in. Because some proteins are hydrophilic (soluble in water) and others are hydrophobic (insoluble in water), the proteins aggregate into clusters where the hydrophobic proteins are…
I hope you read this in time! Your baby is constipated, you have to rub it's gentalia with a cotton swab to help him go to the bathroom. Also kitten milk works better then cow milk.
You should see a pet shop to see if they have a formula, small bottles, etc. I used Carnation insta…
You can't do anything about the size of your breasts unless you had surgery. Just love your body just as it is.
Compared to cow's milk (3.25% fat) goats milk is higher in the following: Vitamin C Vitamin A Thiamin (V. B1) Niacin (V. B3) Vitamin B6 Vitamin E (slightly) Vitamin K (slightly) Calcium Copper Iron Magnesium Manganese Phosphorus Potassium Sodium Cholestrol Total saturated fatty acid…
Yes it is perfectly fine to drink milk after eating fish. The two
foods do not have harmful interactions.
Drinking a Gallon of Milk in Under an Hour It is possible not to throw up, but I would imagine that you would feel really sick. I have seen it done at one sitting (about two minutes) and he vomited after about 3/4 of the jug. If they space it out about 1 litre every 15 minutes some people might be a…
It Goes Like This>kida hard to explain< Milk Is Taken From The Dairy Farm To The Milk Company. No Water Is Added. It Goes Through All The Filterlng, Pasturising, Ect. Then It Is Ran Into A Filter That Removes The Butterfat. Then If You Get 2% Milk They Add Back Into The Milk 2% Of The Butterf…
Admitted as one of the original Thirteen Colonies in 1787. Explored by Europeans in the early 1600s, the region was settled by Swedes in 1634 and granted by royal charter to William Penn in 1681. The Mason-Dixon Line (surveyed in 1763-1767) established the southern boundary of the colony and was ext…
Not really. Whole milk, buttermilk, and cream (1/2 and 1/2) can be high in fat content. But, in moderation, they are totally healthy and fine.
Liquids with less ions in its solution. alcohols too. Also if you put water in one bag, salt water in a bag, and Sprite Zero in another bag the salt water just turns into slush when you freeze them for about 7 hours or so. :D The regular water was the first to freeze because it didn't have m…
It can be argued yes because whole milk is an emulsion of milk and cream. Tiny fat globules are suspended (but not SOLUBLE) in the water solution of the milk solids, etc that make up milk. The fat will separate on standing - the "cream rises". Making low-fat and skim milk is separating out more of t…
look on epa.com and it might show up
yes in fact it does but i dont know if rice or soy milk do
At first DO NOTHING! It is not uncommon for young to wander from the nest. The mother will bring it back.
Check back in about 15 minutes. If the mother has not retrved it buy some kmr from your local pet store and very slowly feed it through an eydropper. Be VERY careful so you do not drown it.
beta carotene gives milk its golden color; some dairy breeds produce more than others.
1 mL of water = 1 gram.
Therefore, there are 240 grams in a 240 mL sample of water.
Coca Cola contains 39 grams of dissolved sugar which increase the weight of the total solution. Without knowing the specific gravity, it is impossible to get an accurate weight. A fair guess would be somewhere aroun…
1 gallon of milk is equal to -128 oz - 8 pints - 4 quarts - 256 tablespoons - 768 teaspoons
I believe we need water more than milk for our bodies to function efficiently. And lots of people have trouble digesting dairy products. So I think water is better. but I love milk!
"Better" is a highly subjective. Better for what? For hydration, for the "I'm running a marathon, what's best t…
If I understand the question correctly...No, foremilk is not colostrum. It is milk with less fat. Colostrum only lasts 2-4 days then it is milk.
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Between her back legs is a pinkish sac called the udder. Just below the udder there are four cylindrical/cone-shaped organs called teats. These are where you will be getting the milk from.First put her in a stall with her head in a stanchion (a kind of head gate where her head is kept so she can't e…
According to their website there is milk protein concentrate in Ensure.It also said that the product is lactose free.
There's no evidence that drinking or consuming more than the recommended amount of calcium (from milk or any source) actually increases height. All the studies I've found on Google scholar seem to suggest that while those deficient in calcium and milk tend to have lower bone densities and…
Yes! In 2% milk it has 12 grams of sugar in one gallon.
described by Myra Mahoney in "The Really Useful Guinea Pig Guide". Myra suggests feeding with a teaspoon containing a small piece of bread soaked in a mixture of one part evaporated milk to one part cooled boiled water. I've also found that Complan® nutritional milkshakes work just as well. The bab…
The milkman provides a service weekly, rain, snow etc and is not a federal govt worker so you should tip them. Question: do you tip food delivery service to your home? I do, usually $3 each time they deliver. You should figure out a percentage to tip them weekly per your usual standing order: for ex…
1. Milker preparation: The hands of a person milking cows can become contaminated with mastitis-causing pathogens, either from handling dirty equipment or from contact with contaminated milk from infected cows. Some microorganisms prefer living and growing on skin, whether it is the cow's teat skin …
because it is gud for calcium to teeth strong
Are you needing to increase it? Just breastfeed often and use something herbal like Breastea.
99p for a large jug
$3.09 in Maryland/DC/Virginia for a gallon
4.99 a gallon
Also called single toned milk, refers to milk obtained by the addition of water and skim milk powder to whole milk. In practice, whole milk from buffalo is mixed with reconstituted spray dried skim milk for the production of toned milk. In India, as per PFA Rules …
Answer?Milk doesn't stay good forever. It eventually sours. Perhaps your milk has soured.
Sometimes milk tasts funny because you'v left it for to long in your fridge.A good tip is when you open your milk keep the lid or meltal cap so when you'v finished using it put it back on, as this will k…
camel milk, although it takes longer surely does "curdle" It is a stage that is necessary for the making of cheese, which is one of the best cheeses made..
Whatever the due date on the milk carton or jug says that's when you should throw it away or use it in the next 24 hours.
Answer The fastest thing in the world - in fact the universe - know to man is light (or light particles called photons). Light travels at a speed on 186,000 miles per second.
Another view Tachyon particles travel faster than light.
Man-made The fastest man-made thing on Earth is the X-…
It cost 1.99
Milk sours because of the acid inside of it. No, pasturized milk does not sour as fast becasue of the bacterium that went away in the process of pasturization.
Cost of a gallon of Milk in America:
Source: http://www.1990sflashback.com/1992/Economy.aspFor TODAY: "According to the Department of Agriculture, the average price of milk per gallon in July was three dollars and fifty-two cents, while the national average was seen to be a…
Not very long.... We used to buy raw goats milk from a farm down
the road, and we always made sure to use it within about 3 days
because it started to get a funny taste after that. We buy raw cows
milk now and it lasts over a week.
It also depends on how clean the milking operation is. If milked
Milk, other dairy products and most poultry contain an amino acid known as tryptophan. It is helpful in getting humans to fall asleep easier. Turkey has it too, but eggs are perhaps the highest amount when dried and white.
14.07 dollars, of course
An alternative name for milk fat is butterfat. When the butterfat is removed from the milk, it is called cream.
no. it just make your bone strong and healthy.
Of course not. It's not related to cheese.
An udder failure
Hamburger, she had a calf, we called it Veal.
I don't recommend it...see discussion. but here is some information I found on it at tnation.netbasically concerning (written by cytosport)... The use of Glycocyamine with Betaine was based on a study published by Dr. Henry Borsook, in the Annals of Western Medicine and Surgery. Taking Glycocyamin…
Yes, there have been studies that a women can produce milk if see thought see was pregnent or really wants a child of her own .
Yes. If a woman is taking hormones to control her period or birth control, it can cause the milk glands to produce, or lactate. Some women who have ha…
I don't think it makes you GROW, but it does build strong bones with the protein.
Milk is good for soil but can be bad for plants.
a gallon was about 15 cents
personally i think it does. But then again i was drinking a lot of coffee in the morning (maybe more than i should of been) because i had been up late for the past 3 months from drinking to much vodca. Maybe the vodca did it idk but i think drinking a lot of caffeine does make your boods hurt!! so t…
Answer:16 ounces of liquid is one eighth of a gallon. A gallon of liquid averages 8.12-8.14 lbs so about 1.2 lbs.Fluid Ounces are a unit of volume, so the actual weight will vary greatly depending on the liquid. 16 fluid ounces of mercury would weight a lot more than a pound! And gasoline or oil wou…
$3.00 For some dnng milk
For up to two weeks (generally more along the lines of three days) stick to liquids and allow your tongue to return to normal (no more swelling). After that normal foods are fine just keep your piercing clean. Liquids: Slushies - cold and flavorful Smoothies - cold, flavorful, source of vitamins …
Just pull it out from it's mother stomacch
If the mother isn't stopping the kitten, you shouldn't either. The mother knows when it is time for the kittens to leave the nest so to speak. If the kitten is the only one left in the litter that still drinks then you can take action, especially if the m…
This general tendency toward rising distribution costs and declining prices paid to farmers, is borne out by a report of costs in the milk business in Milwaukee .8 This revealed that beginning with 1923, when the farmer received 58.1 cents of the consumer's milk dollar, his share shrank consistently…
Don't know don't care xD!
Milk has an ingredient called Lactic Acid - helps to smooth
and exfoliate skin. 50 B. C. Egyptians -Cleopatra had her slaves
fill her tub with milk for her to soak in to soothe and soften her
IT depends on how much you drink.
Milk moisturizes and not necessarily lighten skin. Skin lightenin…
Add water to it, just use 2 table spoons of powder and the rest water and stir well.
Yes, but no. Milk curdles in your stomach no matter what, as a part of the digestive process. The temperature increase of 4-5 degrees for a serious fever has a negligible effect on the process.Milk is extremely rough on the digestive system, sick or healthy, and it makes it more difficult to digest …
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No, particularly if you have SWEETENED condensed milk.
The soap reduces the surface tension oof the milk by dissolving the fat molecules :]
ice cream and milk actually shouldn't separate when blended, but I believe that pectin helps. It's a fruit-based additive that acts as an emulsifier.
They aren't separating. The ice cream is melting and the part that is still frozen and has some ice crystals in it is floating over the me…
1,000 dollars like last year now its over 5,000 dollars
Milk is a heterogeneous mixture, because it is NOT clear, brilliant or transparent.
water,minerals,protein and vitamins
Got milk! Say cheese!
Various bacterial cultures are introduced into a volume of milk and placed into containers so that the mixture can ferment and congeal. After this process is complete,the matter is removed,washed,and allowed to age to achieve it's own distinctive flavor and aroma.
Milk has a density of between 1027 kg/cubic meter and 1033 kg/cubic
meter depending on type of cow, temperature, fat content, etc. (1
027 kg) / (cubic meter) = 242.976119 grams / US cup
(1 033 kg) / (cubic meter) = 244.395648 grams / US cup
1000 ml, 100 cl, 34 Fluid oz (US)
Condensed milk behaves as non-Newtonian and pseudoplastic liquid . The removal of water causes the concentration of the solids to increase. Because of their relatively high concentration and frequent interactions, the casein micelles contribute largely to the viscosity as the distance between th…
Knudsen sells a 2% milk labeled "sweet acidophilus." Other fat-content levels might also be available from that label. The product is available at Albertson's groceries in Southern California.
You should just try eatting yogurt. It has natural bacteria that help to promote intestinal heal…
Fresh milk, often referred to as homogenised and pasteurised milk, is sold in the chilled food section of the supermarket. It has a short shelf life and must be kept below 4°C to maintain freshness. Ultra High Temperature (UHT) milk, which is sometimes called 'long-life milk,' is slightly different…
Milk cows first have to be either tied up in their stall or in a stanchion or some form of holding pen where they cannot turn around on you. Make sure she is calm before you start, as oxytocin is only activated and released in her system when she is relaxed. Second step is dip all the teats in a cu…
As it comes from the cow, it's heterogeneous. If it is sold as 'Homogenized' yes it has been thru a homogenization process to break down the bigger blobs of butter fat so that does not separate into distinct layer in your refrigerator. BUT … If you examine it microscopically, you see that it is st…
yes! Well not all birds, some of them such as pigeons do. But it is sort of gross, its not like a calf sucking the milk out of its mother, the mother bird hacks up the milk into the babys' mouth.
No. Cheese is actually made from the freshest of milk, then goes through a process to change the milk where controlled bacteria is introduced to the product we know as cheese.
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You pour the milk in a cup. You put the milk back into the refrige.
You put the cup up to your lips and swallow.
It is generally recommended that two servings of milk (250ml per glass) be consumed. This will help to meet our daily calcium intake. Milk is also high in protein and growing children and drink more milk, and in this case low-fat milk will be preferable. 2 glasses of milk 3 cups a day two cups act…
The term is SKIM milk. The cream (butterfat) was skimmed from the milk, leaving very little fat behind.
no they aren't because it has wax on it and you can't recycle wax.
Most milk containers can be recycled. Plastic (HDPE or PET)
containers can be recycled easily when cleaned properly. Tetrapak
containers have a process where the aluminium and cardboard is
separated from the plastic for recycling.
Benefits of Drinking Milk
Since milk is mostly water, its boiling point is close to that of
water, which is around 100oC or 212oF. The exact value, however,
depends on the atmospheric pressure.
Milk is made by female mammals and contains lactose full of
nutrients for their young. Poultry is meat that comes from a fowl,
typically chicken or turkey.