By volume yes. They take out the fat to make skimmer milk. Fat has weight and when removed from the milk... it weighs less. * All milk in the Unites States is "Vitamin D" fortified. Whole milk is the one with the most cream, at 3.5% milkfat, and therefore the most fat. However, reduced-fat (2%), light or lowfat (1%), and fat-free milk must all have Vitamin A and Vitamin D added.
Vitamin C can be found in citrus fruits.
it is 3 times more vitamin c than cow milk and very high in insulin.Also low in Lactose.
Because it's either denser or more dense. How do you pronounce it?
Buffalo milk contains more fat content than cow milk. Similarly, Buffalo have an ability to convert carotene in to vitamin A, as compare to cow milk.
The act of freezing a volume of milk will not increase or decrease the total weight.
Nope. Fat is lighter than water. And, since skim milk has less fat, it has more water and that makes it weight more. Or as scientists say: it has more density.
The density of [cow's] milk varies, depending on the fat content, but is always just slightly greater than the density of water.
A US gallon of milk is approximately 8.4 pounds.
1 cup of milk (8 fluid ounces) weighs slightly more than 8 ounces (avoirdupois).
A gallon of milk. Milk is denser than water, and water is 1kg per litre. Since 1 pound is equal to 0.45359237 kg, and a gallon is much more than a litre, a gallon of milk must weigh more than a pound. A gallon of milk weighs 8.6 pounds, 860% the weight of a pound of flour.