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  • unhomogenized — (Amer.) adj. not homogenized, not uniform in consistency (also unhomogenised) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • unhomogenized — adj. * * * …   Universalium

  • unhomogenized — adjective not having undergone homogenization • Syn: ↑unhomogenised • Similar to: ↑unblended * * * adj …   Useful english dictionary

  • Milk — For other uses, see Milk (disambiguation). Foremilk and Hindmilk samples of human breast milk …   Wikipedia

  • Milk bottle top — A Christmas themed foil milk bottle top from the United Kingdom. The red and white stripes show that it is semi skimmed and the use by date is pressed into the foil. A milk bottle top is a lid to a milk bottle. They are usually colour coded to… …   Wikipedia

  • dairy product — Introduction        milk and any of the foods made from milk, including butter, cheese, ice cream, yogurt, and condensed and dried milk.       Milk has been used by humans since the beginning of recorded time to provide both fresh and storable… …   Universalium

  • Butter — is a dairy product made by churning fresh or fermented cream or milk. It is used as a spread and a condiment, as well as in cooking applications such as baking, sauce making, and frying. Butter consists of butterfat, water and milk proteins. Most …   Wikipedia

  • Fat content of milk — The fat content of milk is the proportion of milk made up by butterfat. The fat content, particularly of cow s milk, is modified to make a variety of products. The fat content of milk is usually stated on the container, and the colour of the… …   Wikipedia

  • clotted cream — noun A thick, sweet dairy product, made by skimming the thickened layer off the top of unhomogenized cream that has been heated and allowed to stand. Fat content is at least 55%. I like to have scones with jam and clotted cream for afternoon tea …   Wiktionary

  • unhomogenised — (Brit.) adj. not homogenised, not uniform in consistency (also unhomogenized) …   English contemporary dictionary

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