The composition of one serving of milk (whole dairy milk w/ 3.25% fat) includes:
Water: 215.50 g
Energy: 146 kcal
Carbohydrate: 11.03 g
Fat: 7.93 g
Protein: 7.86 g
Minerals (Ash): 1.68 g
Vitamin A: 68 µg
Thiamin (Vitamin B1): 0.107 mg
Riboflavin (Vitamin B2): 0.447 mg
Niacin (Vitamin B3): 0.261 mg
Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5): 0.883 mg
Pyridoxene (Vitamin B6): 0.088 mg
Cobalamin (Vitamin B12): 1.07 µg
Vitamin C: 0.0 mg
Vitamin D: 98 IU
Vitamin E: 0.15 mg
Folate: 12 µg
Vitamin K: 0.5 µg
Calcium: 276 mg
Copper: 0.027 mg
Iron: 0.07 mg
Magnesium: 24 mg
Manganese: 0.007 mg
Phosphorus: 222 mg
Potassium: 349 mg
Selenium: 9.0 µg
Sodium: 98 mg
Zinc: 0.98 mg
Cheese isn't made directly from the cow, but from the cow's milk.
No. Though related, since milk is made from the blood of the cow herself, it is not cow's blood.
What we know as Swiss cheese, as with the vast majority of cheeses made in Switzerland, is made from cow's milk.
Its made from Cow
they are made of milk cow milk then age then strand and form
Most cheese is made of cow milk. So goat milk cheese is made of goat milk. Some people are allergic to cow milk but they might not be allergic to goat milk (some people are allergic to goat milk too). So goat milk cheese is just cheese made of goat milk. It's taste is a little bit different from cow milk.
None. No stomach of the cow makes food into milk. Check out the related question below to see how milk is really made inside a cow.
Origin of CheeseCheese is made from milk, so it can be made with cow's milk. It can also be from goat's milk.
soy milk is made from soy beans which is esp.good for women while cow's milk is a kind of animal product.
No. both are made from sheep's milk or cow's milk.
You can get cow milk from the grocery store, but you can also get it if you milk a cow.
a cow that peforms chocolate milk out of it and they freeze and slowly cherrn the milk and it tuns into milk
No, it's made with the cows milk
lactose is a milk sugar, thus made from cow's milk
its made of cow milk
Food, milk, and rugs.
Nope. Ice cream is made from cow's milk.
Would it be called vegetarian cheese if it was made with cow's milk? No. It would be just called cheese because that's what cheese is: fat in the form of curds and salt as well as bacteria made from cow's milk.
No. Cottage cheese is made from milk, and is a form of curdled milk, but not the cud that a cow chews. Cud is all plant material that the cow has recently consumed, and is very greenish in appearance, not white like with milk or, essentially, cottage cheese.
cow milk rots faster
You milk a cow until the milk stops flowing.
A cow cannot give milk to you by itself. You have to go and take milk from the cow. If someone was trying that, I would say you need to learn a lot to milk a cow.
Milk, beef and cow-hide leather.