Whole milk will froth better due to the fat content.
Perhaps there are many possible factors such as:
1. GROWTH HORMONES (GH) or somatotrophin and chicken prolactin/ovine prolactin administered by the poultry manufacturing industry in chickens, subsequently affects the pituitary gland to produce breast milk hormones (the fact that I've changed my diet from an Organic Raw Vegetarian to Semi Vegetarian which includes fish and poultry of non organic producers) which increase breast size in humans this would be chicken prolactin which increases the size of chickens and 'fattens' the chickens; (check out: http://www.freepatentsonline.com/5053391.html)
2. GLAND STIMULATION from SUCKING THE BREASTSduring love making. The blood flow stimulates the glands of the breasts.;
3. ENLARGED PITUITARY CONDITION -- The pituitary gland in addition to producing other hormones for glands like the adrenals (ACTH), growth hormones (GH), thryoid (TSH), follicles for hair (FSH), to name a few, also produces the prolactin hormone (PRL) for breast milk growth. An imbalance can cause a tumor in the Pituitary Gland called hyperprolactinaemia.
4. MEDICATIONS such as metoclopramide or thioridazine cause increased levels of the prolactin hormone;
5. DUCT ECTASIA in older women can increase milk secretion in the breasts.
Milk is not a pure substance but rather is a colloid. The protein in it has bunches of peptide bonds but polar ends and would be both hydrophobic and hydrophilic, although the hydrophobic parts tend to curl into the middle of the protein's tertiary structure and hide from the water. The fat component is nonpolar with its solubility depending on how hydrogenated it was. The lactose is a sugar, so it is quite polar.
Heat the milk in the microwave or in a pan on the stove top over low heat until it is just a little above room temperature.
They won't die from drinking milk, but dogs should not consume too much diary products as it can upset their stomach, since they find it difficult to digest.
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.
The small one costs you Rs. 49/- and the big one is worth Rs. 110/-
Camel's milk powder is quite uncommon in Canada. Your best bet would be to look in a Middle Eastern market, or order it online.
SMP - Skimmed milk powder
WMP - Whole milk powder
I like buttermilk and just sour milk, and it has never made me ill. Butter used to be made from cream that had gone sour, by churning to make the butterfat stick together into butter. The sour milk that was left is called "buttermilk" which I think tastes as good as yoghurt which is another form of sour milk. I just enjoyed a litre of full-cream raw milk that had gone sour about five hours ago. YumYum.
Well you do not need milk but you can also put the milk in if you like but you should just buy the shake n bake brand by the way it is in a green bottle :)
The milk from the mother given/offered to her offspring. Dam is another word for mother.
Whole Milk and Heavy Cream are very different in Nutritional Content.
Code of Federal Regulations, Title 21, Part 131 defines
Heavy cream (36% or more butterfat)
Half-and-Half (10.5 to 18% butterfat)
Whole milk (about 3.25 to 3.5% buttermilk).
Below is a comparison between one cup Whole Milk and one cup Heavy Cream
Heavy cream has 679 more calories than whole milk.
Heavy cream has 81 gm more fat than whole milk.
Heavy cream has 50 gm more saturated fat than whole milk.
Heavy cream has 305 mg more Cholesterol than whole milk.
Whole Milk has 5 grams more Carbohydrates than Heavy Cream.
Whole Milk has 12 grams more Total Sugar than Heavy Cream.
1 cup Whole Milk equals
149 Calories; 48% Calories comes from fat; 8 grams Fat; 5 grams Saturated Fat; 24 mg Cholesterol; 12 grams Carbohydrates; 12 grams Total Sugars
Whole milk contains about 3.5% buttermilk.
1 cup Heavy Cream equals
828 Calories; 97% Calories comes from fat; 89 grams Fat; 55 grams Saturated Fat; 329 mg Cholesterol; 7 grams Carbohydrates; trace Total Sugars
Heavy cream has at least 36% butterfat and can easily be whipped. The higher the butterfat content, the less beating is required to get whipped cream
"In the UK, full cream milk is the same as whole milk. Whole milk/full cream milk comes in a silver-topped glass pint bottle, or a blue topped plastic bottle."
Response by Dr. Frank, RD, LDN (registered dietitian and licensed dietitian and nutritionist):
In the United States, Whole Milk and Heavy Cream are very Different.
It really doesn't matter, but i use 2%
If you think about it a young animal (human) can live of mother's milk as the sole form of food and water intake until they become weaned. Milk is perfectly balanced to give us all we need.
The fact that milk is 'isotonically' balanced also means it may be better than water in certain circumstances.
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Bacteria in milk causes milk to sour by changing lactose to lactic acid.
This causes the pH to drop and once the pH drops low enough, the proteins in the milk will curdle.
kitten or puppy formula
yes , fruit juices retain the same nutritional properties as whole fruit. They are an excellent source of vitamins and fiber and they have a high water content.
yes. you can't drink alcohol with medicine,everything else is fine.Unless you're lactose intolerant ofcourse.
Yes. All milk is first sterilized before use.
Never heard of it as a Chef but to guess I would say to stop curdling of the milk or cream but the best way to do this is to make sure that the soup has cooled to a least 80 degrees Celsius before adding the dairy product to prevent curdling same should be applied to pasta before adding the cheese at the end to prevent splitting (pardon ignorance if wrong) assuming has been made from scratch and not a can, if from a can still would be to prevent splitting (curdling) but same principle should be applied that you should gentlely heat the milk to before boiling point and not actual bring to the boil.
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