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Difference between full fat yogurt and fat free yogurt

Saturday, June 28, 2014 7:31:18 AM America/Los_Angeles

Fat free yogurt is made from skimmed milk. When milk is poured in a milk or cream separator, it removes fat from whole milk and skimmed milk is produced. Skimmed milk does not have any fat particles in it hence; yogurt made from skimmed is also fat free.

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Posted By Elena Shevchenko

Benefits of Drinking Skimmed Milk

Sunday, December 8, 2013 8:20:03 AM America/Los_Angeles

When milk is separated using a manual or an electric milk separator, skimmed milk is formed. Skimmed milk is a fat free byproduct of milk because all the fats present in milk is separated and gathered in another compartment of a milk separator. Skimmed milk has all the nutrients that are present in whole milk.

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Yoghurt Manufacture

Sunday, December 1, 2013 1:35:44 PM America/Los_Angeles

Yoghurt is a dairy product made by use of low fat fermented milk. It is then blended with other ingredients to give color and flavor. This process includes changing the composition of milk and pasteurization.When milk arrives at the processing plant its composition is modified.

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How to Use a Manual Milk Separator

Thursday, November 21, 2013 12:36:52 PM America/Los_Angeles

A milk separator is a mechanical device that is used to separate milk into cream and skim milk. This device may be hand powered (manual) or electrical (automatic).A manual cream separator is also known as a crank or hand cream separator. Before the advent of this device cream separation was done by hand by use of a cloth known as a milk skimmer.

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Separation of Milk

Sunday, November 17, 2013 6:42:19 AM America/Los_Angeles

Dairy products are considered an integral part of any person’s ration today. Milk is used for making cream, kefir, baked milk, cottage cheese, cheese and a lot of other products.

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