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Cottage cheese is made entirely out of skim milk until the end, when a dressing made from cream or milk is mixed with the curd.
Try soaking a washcloth in cool green tea or skim milk, which contain additional antioxidants.
Next time, try soaking a washcloth in some skim milk and using it as a cold compress.
Watered milk is, essentially, skim milk, but back then, milk was required to have a minimum percentage of butterfat.
Some have cured mildew with a spray of 50 percent skim milk, 50 percent water.
This summer, the Observer conducted an analysis of the lowest prices of five staple items – a dozen large eggs, a gallon of skim milk, a loaf of white bread, ketchup and 1 pound of lean ground beef – at nine Charlotte grocery stores.
An oversupply of skim milk powder, or SMP -- and corresponding low prices -- have made dairy processors reluctant to increase production, effectively limiting butter supplies.
Raw milk is processed to make butter and skim milk powder -- an ingredient used in everything from infant formula and dough nuts to ice cream and sausages.
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SKIM MILK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of skim milk for English Language Learners
: milk from which all the cream and fat has been removed
SKIM MILK Defined for Kids
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