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Asiago cheese is a cow's milk cheese. It is produced in the Vicenza and Trento provinces of Italy.
No, that would be Wisconsin. Illinios is known for corn and coal.
Yes it is a spiced combination of milk, cream and raw eggs.
Yes, cheese is considered a dairy product. Because it is made from milk
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no they do not
There are many alternatives to dairy. If you are needing a milk for your cereal alternative Rice milk is my favorite although many use soy, oat, coconut, hazelnut or hemp milk…. All of these milks can be used in booking or baking recipes. Soy and oat milk has a little bit more thickness in them and can be used well for creamed soups. There is also several wonderful alternative creamers for your coffee or to be used as cream in recipes. Silk french vanilla creamer is my favorite for the coffee. There is a vegan butter spread called Earth Balance that is great and is used the same as any butter or margarine would be. There is vegan cream cheese, vegan sour cream, vegan yogurt, vegan mayo and all of these are wonderful. You just need to try different brands to find the kind you like the best. Tofu can be used in place of many cheeses in lasagna or in smoothies to help them be rich and creamy. All of these alternatives are cholesterol free, lower in fat and higher in nutrients than regular dairy is. I use many of the alternatives to milk in my recipes for my website. Here are a few of them. Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie http://www.theveggiegal.com/blog/?p=3011 Cream Cheese Scallions Rolled in Cheese http://www.theveggiegal.com/blog/?p=3032 Cheezy Vegetable Lasagna http://www.theveggiegal.com/blog/?p=2952 Pecan Crusted French Toast http://www.theveggiegal.com/blog/?p=401 Good luck to you The Veggie Gal www.theveggiegal.com
they contain sugars ( lactose ) which undergo oxidation on keeping at room temperature, also called fermentation.
Dairy products provide a good source of Calcium, protein, Vitamins A and D.
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Fermentation of dairy products means that they have "been spoiled" so gone "öff" or "turned sour".
No, pepper is made from the ground seeds of plants. Pepper is a vegetable product.
No, dairy are items made from milk. Bacon would be a meats and protiens group item.
Cottage cheese is known to have a fair bit of Vitamin K.