What is Sego milk?
It is a brand of canned or evaporated milk. My Mother used to name it in her recipe: Add 1 cup Sego--but we all knew it was the canned milk.
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In short Milk 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 details Milk is an opaq…ue white liquid produced by the mammary glands of female mammals(including monotremes.) It provides the primary source of nutrition for newborn mammals before they are able to digest other types of food. The early lactation milk is known as colostrum, and carries the mother's antibodies to the baby. It can reduce the risk of many diseases in the baby. The exact components of raw milk varies by species, but it contains significant amounts of saturated fat, protein, and calcium as well as Vitamin C. Cow's milk has a pH ranging from 6.4 to 6.8, making it slightly acidic. ( Full Answer )
Because when the pioneers didn't have food because of the cricketts, they ate the roots of a sego lily.
Go to the grocery store find the milk section, get a milk, then buy it!
milk may seem like any ordanairy milk but. milk has loads of stuff in it when it comes. out the utter it may be sour that beacase. when the cow eats it travels down to the stomach. and into the utter so milk has the food the cow. eats.
it doesnt actually grow strong bones it just provides calcium which deters your body from drawing the calcium from your bones which would weaken them. milk basically allows your bones to grow on their own and not be harrassed by your body's need for calcium. Milk does help the body. For example, mil…k contains calcium, whichhelps to strengthen bones. ( Full Answer )
Milk gives a child all the essential nutrients it needs for a healthy body and immune system.
because milk contains excess of protien and we don't have kaisin enzyme like kids,due to which it becomes difficult to digest excess of milk
Milk, when you get down to the dirty details. Unfortified soy milkhas much less natural calcium in it than cow's milk does. And whenthe soy milk is fortified, the amount that is added is notregulated and you can get a range of 80 to 500 mg per serving.Studies from Creighton University calculated tha…t the human bodyabsorbs 25% less calcium from soy beverages than from milk. Thus itwould take 500 mg of calcium in an 8-ounce serving of fortified soymilk to equal the 300 mg in found in a glass of cow's milk. Othernutrients that are found in cow's milk like Vitamin D, phosphorus,potassium and magnesium, are not found at the same levels in soymilk as it is in cow's milk. Also, natural and unfortified soy milkdoes not contain Vitamin B12, which is another important part of ahealthy diet. ************************************************************************************* Soymilk is much, much healthier for human beings to drink thancow's milk: (1)Scientific studies say that people who drink cow's milkregularly have a high rate of bone fractures compared to people whodon't ever drink cow's milk. The main reason is that cow's milk isfortified with animal-source vitamin A (vitamin A palmitate), whichhas been shown in numerous scientific studies to be deadly to bonehealth in humans, causing increased bone fractures, especiallyincreased femoral neck fractures (hip fractures) in humans. Theanimal-source vitamin A in milk and other foods blocks the alreadyvery limited absorption of vitamin K2/MK-7, vitamin K2/MK-8, andvitamin K2/MK-9 from the human large intestines, thereby worseningthe problem of undercarboxylated osteocalcin and worsening bonehealth in humans. Strangely enough, both the calcium and protein inboth soy milk and cow's milk are actually very slightly beneficialto the bone health of humans. Meanwhile, according to scientificstudies, plant-source vitamin A (beta-carotene, alpha-carotene, andbeta-cryptoxanthin) are completely harmless to the bone health ofhumans. (2)Scientific studies say that people who drink cow's milkregularly have a high rate of heart attacks and clogged arteriescompared to people who never drink cow's milk. The full-fat dairyproducts were shown to be especially deadly to human arteries,while the fat-free dairy products were shown to be virtuallyharmless to cardiovascular health. Meanwhile, soymilk was shown inscientific studies to dramatically lower the risk of heart attacksand clogged arteries in humans, thanks to its numerousphytonutrients. (3)Scientific studies say that many people, especially blacks,hispanics, polynesians, asians, indians, and eskimos, can't digestcow's milk properly and end up with diarrhea and gas. Meanwhile,scientific studies say that people who drink soymilk regularly endup with mostly only the good bacteria (Bacillus subtilis,lactobacilli, bifidobacteria, and other beneficial LABs) in theirintestines. This contrasts sharply with the bad bacteria(diarrhea-causing E. coli) found in the intestines of people whocan't digest cow's milk properly. (4)Scientific studies say that people who drink soymilk regularlyor eat tofu or natto regularly have a dramatically lower risk ofdeath from cancer compared to people who never eat soy foods.Meanwhile, scientific studies say that people who drink cow's milkdo not increase or decrease their risk of death from cancer. Thenearly 100 extremely beneficial soy phytonutrients (including thesoy isoflavones [genistein, daidzein, and glycitein] plus the soychlorogenic acids [caffeic acid, ferrulic acid, p-coumaric acid,syringic acid, vanillic acid, gentisic acid, and p-hydroxybenzoicacid] plus the soy hyaluronic acid, the soy coenzyme Q10, the soyphosphatidylserine, the soy lecithin, the soy phytosterols, the soycarotenoids, the soy sphingolipids, the soy galactomannans, the soyunsaponifiables, the soy amino acids, the soy 7S globulins, the soy11S globulins, the soy protease inhibitors, the soy phytoalexins,the soy peptides, the soy saponins, the soy soluble fibers, the soyinsoluble fibers, the soy mutagen inhibitors, the soy mycotoxininhibitors, and the chemicals produced by the beneficial soybacteria) all combine with a synergistic effect to prevent andtreat more than 20 different killer diseases of humans. ( Full Answer )
The English word for mammalian breast secretions (more especially that of cows) is milk, from the Old English milc and the Gothic miluks (similar to Latin mulgere , to milk).
Generally, you wouldn't when you are using it as an uncountable noun. It is more correct to count the containers, such as three glasses of milk. If you use milk as a verb, then yes, it is proper to say milks as a singular verb. Example: "John milks the cow each morning."
milk is good for you because it keeps your bones strong and it gives you more muscles.
yes you can have milk but if you are lactos and tollerint then i would advise you not to have milk or any dairy food anything with milk in it i would advise the people that are lacktos in toleerint
milk comes from cows and can be used in all types of stuff it is a liquid the stuff we put in tea to cool it down is milk and when we have cerial..it is a dairy product
With this trick question, most people will say "Milk," (which is not true) just for the fun of the questioner catching the questionee off guard. Cows drink water, not milk.
Because Utah's schoolchildren picked the flower. It is a beautiful white flower. The Mormon Pioneers ate the bulb of the flower to survive when the food supply was scarce.
Any milk has to be pasteurized if it is going to be sold on retail market. So yes, whole milk has been pasteurized. However. Pasteurization and the wholeness of milk are not directly related. Pasteurization is a heating process used to kill harmful germs found in milk. Whole milk is milk from which …the cream has not been skimmed off- it may or may not have been pasteurized. ( Full Answer )
you get the milk powder and you mix it with the water (hot or cold) your choice
cows milk is the most efficiently metabolized by our bodies. there are also several studies that indicate soy is very taxing on the liver and fluctuates hormone levels. our bodies didnt evolve to digest plant proteins very well which is why so many people are allergic to gluten.
Pour (cold or boiled) water in a cup. . Bring a spoon and put 3 or 4 spoons of milk powder(till the water turns white).
The milk gets absorbed back into the cow's system. The first few days of not being milked can be quite discomforting, but it goes away after a few days to a couple weeks.
Most often condensed milk is sweetened, so no, you cannot make it back into whole milk. However, powdered milk can be made back.
I work as a Lab Tech in the milk industry in Australia. The milk industry is heavily regulated, as is most industries involving food. We test Farm vats, milk tankers, our own milk vats, every step of production, and of course the end product. The most common analysis on milk and milk products ar…e: Fat % T.A% (Titratable Acidity) Protein % p.H Lactose % S.P.C (Standard Plate Count aka Total plate count) TS % (Total solids) SNF % (solids non fat) We test the fat, protein, Lactose, TS, and SNF using an FT120 which is made by a company called Foss. This machine is widely used in milk production factory's due to its accuracy in such a small time (about 30seconds for results). However it would be rare to find this machine at a Dairy due to its expense (a few million $$) It is also to be noted that the Australian Standards allow for us to use the FT120. However it cannot process all milk based samples. Things that are dense, or have high fat content we test using 'Mojonnier' method. This method is long and complex so i wont go into that. T.A is tested using Sodium hydroxide (NaOH) and an indicator called phenolphthalein. To understand this test properly you need to know a bit about chemistry. Basic tho, we add the phenolphthalein to 9mls of milk (or milk product) and then slowly add sodium hydroxide. When the milk starts to turn pink, it indicates that the milk is now turning to the Alkalize side. Therfore by measuring how much sodium hydroxide it took to turn the milk, we can determine how much Titratable acidity is in it. p.H is measured using a p.H probe. p.H of milk should be slightly acidic. around 6.7 is good. SPC is a basic Microbiological test to count the amount of bacteria. Again this subject is quite complex. Firstly it should be noted that milk directly from a cow is actually sterile (provided the cow is healthy). But during the milking stage it picks up alot of bacteria. There are different methods for testing SPC, but we use 'pour-plates' which we make a agar with bacteria pleasing nutrients, and pour it in one 1ml of milk. (Often milk and milk products are actually diluted down during micro analysis due to high levels of bacteria). IF you tested 1ml of Raw milk from a Dairy it would not be uncommon to have 1000's of bacteria. A pour plate is only about 90mm wide so its very hard to count so much bacteria in a small area. Therefore the milk is often diluted down. If we dilute the milk to 1 in 10, for every 1 bacteria colony that's counted on the plate, there is 10 colonys actually in the 1ml of milk. Milk products are often tested for mould, yest, E.coli, and coliforms. Again testing methods vary, but we test using 'pour-plates'. We make an agar specifically for these sort of bacteria and test them. I hope that gives you a general over-view of milk analysis. There are ofcourse many other tests that are done on milk and milk products. Keep in mind that testing regulations are different from country to country and even from state to state. any questions about any of the info here, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org ( Full Answer )
yes ... it has lactic acid.. u will also find it in all milk products
It's more or less about the reason it contains carbon so that the fat in the milk does not mix with the carbon.
Calcium is already inside of the milk, it doesn't get put in. From the time milk is produced inside of the cow, it has calcium in it.
Hmm... I'm not an expert on snakes, but I don't think the Milk snake got it's name by drinking milk. I don't think there a lot of snakes that do, if any.
Soy milk is not a dairy product, but for nutritional purposes, most of it is fortified to have the same values. You can use it to fill your dairy needs in a vegetarian or vegan diet.
One interesting fact is that a cow, like all female mammals including humans, does not give milk until it has been pregnant. In the old days all small dairy farms kept a bull for the purpose of impregnating the cows so they would produce milk. Once they start, they will produce indefinitely so long …as they are milked regulary. Today, dairy cows are normally impregnated artificially, that is, by manual insertion of a bulls semen - not a fun job, I am told. ( Full Answer )
the people made it there floer duhh after the crickets ate the Utah's peoples crops people learned to dig the root of the Sega lily and ate it after there crops had grown back they decided to make it there state flower
Milk producers truck the milk to bottlers/distributors, usually in 20,000 gallon tanks. The bottler stores the milk in a silo for a short period of time until a production run for bottling. Then the milk is loaded in a truck and delivered to your neighborhood store.
Cows make milk from eating grass. Then when the cow is milked the milk is processed by the dairy factory who then sells it to the shops such as our dairy or our supermarket
Some people drink soy milk because they are allergic to the milk that is dairy.
Powdered milk which can is added to the chocolate butter (the fat left over when cacao bean is processed)
of course it is because, A whole milk is Fresh from the cow, with nothing added or taken away and generally unpasteurized. Whole milk is naturally rich in a range of nutrients needed for growth, development and maintenance of the human body and has no artificial preservatives or colorings. ...
You could drink it, churn it into butter or cheese, make ice cream from it, give it to some calves you are looking after, sell it to other people, etc. Also, it goes great with strawberries and bananas tossed into the blender.
no because soy milk is now called soy beverage. soy beverage is made out of the soy plant, so it is not milk because milk is from cows.
Rhymes with milk: . Bilk . Ilk . Silk Example sentence: I like milk, it feels like silk.
Well, I'm not sure, but I think whole milk is way better. Also, you should probably use organic. -Pie
People who work on farms squeeze the utters of a cow to get the milk to go into a bucket. Then the buckets are transported to a factory to get purified for us to drink. well the milk is stored in the utters so the farmer sqeezes the milk from the utters into the bucket,Next once it's in the bucket d…epending where you are they sell other crops to get money to travel to the factory then show them your ID for farming,Last it's in the factory then they make it richer by purifying and making it a little thicker then it put in a contianer and put in our stores. Or for a proper dairy farm, The famer puts the cows into the milking parlour and puts clusters on the cows udders which sucks the milk out and up into a machine and onto another machine that keeps the milk cool.The milk lorry comes and takes the milk to a creamery and the milk is pasturized and then it is bottled and sent off to the shops and then consumed by the customer. ( Full Answer )
Evaporated milk plus water equals milk. It is reconstituted by combining a 12 oz. can of evaporated milk with 12 ounces of water. If you mean sweetened condensed milk, it is condensed and highly sweetened and is usually used in cooking for fruit salads, cream-type pies, etc. In the 1950's baby for…mula was evaporated milk and water. Your baby was either a "Pet" milk baby or a "Carnation" baby. Usually a tablespoon or two of powdered Dextrose-Maltose was added to this formula. In that era, dry powdered milk was often added to the recommended amount of cold water, then combined with an equal amount of fresh whole milk. This tasted better to older children than reconstituted dry milk alone. Also, in those days of whole milk, it added a bit of fat to the end product. ( Full Answer )
if they are the ones genetically engineered with spider genes... seriously, i learned this in science. they take the spider silk genes and somehow make it so the silk comes out in the milk. the resulting silk is extremely durable and cheap to extract. they can use it for making bulletproof vests for… the army. hope this helped! :) ( Full Answer )
milk can be milk by milking cows. Nuts; Milk is a fatty / protein fluid produced by the mammary gland in the female (yes you guessed it) mammals. All mammals. Goats give goat milk with goat fat molecules, ewes give ewe milk, mares give mare milk, bovines give bovine milk, and that's what y…ou drink from the carton. Each milk fits the needs of the babies of that mammal type. (See parsimony to understand the similarities) ( Full Answer )
Yes but the thing you're making will not change as long as it's not too chocolatey!
then i would not advise eating cookies or you will feel like a part of you has died on the inside.
Whole milk is milk as it comes from the cow, nothing skimmed off or taken away, so it's 100% milk.
Ostensibly Omega 3 and vitamin D, protein, carbohydrates, calcium,enzymes, and probiotics; however, CAFO milk, being pasteurized, hasno enzymes or probiotics left in it, and homogenization renders thecalcium--which is not very bio-available anyway--into "shards"which most likely cause scarring of th…e arteries. Humans onlyabsorb about 60% of bovine milk's calcium; the rest of this softmetal must be eliminated. The Omega 3 and vitamin D--which acts like a hormone in yourbody--both crucial for proper cell wall formation and calciumuptake, as well as a host of other functions, are vastly diminishedor eliminated by removing the cow from its native diet, meadowgrasses. Add to these the by-products found in CAFO milk (and this includesthe pseudo-organic brands such as Horizon, et al), bovine growthhormone, and the antibiotics required when force-feeding corn tocows. Lastly--and this is pretty gross--"milk" in a store is notjust milk, but anything coming from a cow's udder--the infectiouspus, etc that makes chocolate milk so thick. ( Full Answer )
Milk powder is not as good as real milk, becausewhen people are making milk powder they're adding unessentialvitamins, and minerals that we don't need. Real milk is good for you because its natural, and it's made by cows,not by machines, and factories.
Death Valley Days - 1952 Sego Lilies 1-16 was released on: USA: 28 April 1953
Here Comes the Neighborhood - 2011 Sego and Saner 1-5 was released on: USA: 25 November 2011
Usually the only thing added to milk is Vitamin D. For some milk lactobacillus is added to reduce the amount of milksugar (lactose). To make cheeses acid, rennet, or various bacteria are added. The fat is removed from milk to make cream and low fat milk.