Fat free milk comes from a factory that has separated the fat out of the milk with a centrifuge. The fat is used to make cream.
Skimmed milk has a bit of fat, fat free milk has no fat
Lactose is present in fat-free milk. You should get "lactose free" milk as the fat has no relation with the lactose.
for my hypothesis i think fat free milk will spoil first
Yes! Lactose is a sugar. Fat free milk has no fat, but it still has the sugar.
Skim milk has a small amount of fat while fat free has no fat in it
The carbohydrates in plain fat free milk are sugar and starch. Fat free milk actually contains more carbohydrates than other more fat filled milk which surprises many.
SKIM milk is fat free milk.
no because it is fat free
Skim milk is a different name for fat free milk. They are the same.
Fat-free milk is usually called "fat-free", but can be referred to or labeled as "skim", "low-fat", or sometimes "organic" milk (if shopping in a specialty store that sells fat-free or unaltered dairy products).
no, homogenized milk does not have the fat removed.