dried milk


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Related to dried milk: evaporated milk, powdered milk
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Synonyms for dried milk

dehydrated milk

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The bench asked the PFA to continue their efforts to check sub-standard food and adjourned further hearing with directions to the LHC for deciding the dried milk companies cases within one month.
The Milk samples were measured in two forms: directly in liquid form in open aluminum dishes at a laboratory temperature and in form of dried milk droplets on aluminum plates.
She stopped the children's free school milk, after which tons of cheap dried milk powder were offered to French partners to feed to their cattle.
The book also covers the chemistry of milk and the role of constituents in evaporation and drying, international standards relating to concentrated and dried milk products for trading purposes, hazards that may occur during the manufacture of dairy powders, process control in evaporation and drying, and the technology of evaporators, membrane processing, and dryers.
The Evening Telegraph reported recently how Nicola Fox, aged 31, of Conway Avenue, Tile Hill, found the object in a packet of dried milk she was preparing for her children seven-month-old Elliot and Morgan, 21 months.
They're as indomitable as that dried milk scum at the dead center inside bottom of your kid's empty breakfast glass left out in the sun.
The objective at this institution was to: "Double the milk consumption, so that average is clearly above one pint per child per day, using skim or whole dried milk." The documents show Principal Caldwell at Alberni had to subsequently demand extra money from the Indian Affairs Department to pay for the milk supplements when the promised funds were not in the school's budget.
According to the company's Joyce Hebert, the paint is made from all-natural ingredients, and based on casein, a dried milk protein.
Indeed, the sphingofat served to mice in his colon cancer study came from nonfat dried milk. "Which," Merrill muses, "should probably change our way of thinking about `nonfat' milk."
If you find skim milk watery, try adding a tablespoon or two of nonfat dried milk to each glass.
It uses 100% natural nonfat dried milk which is wholly reconstituted in the machine at the time the drink is prepared.
Dried milk powders have long been important ingredients in baked goods, confections, and desserts.
In recent years, many people have thought that the major cause of liver cancer is either persistent infection with hepatitis B virus or aflatoxin, a mold that grows on foods such as peanuts, corn, and dried milk. We found no association between aflatoxin and liver cancer in China.
It was also detected that a dried milk powder contained 615-953 mg Ca/100g-8.