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thick milk sold in tins and often poured on fruit or sweet food
British full-cream milk has had no cream removed. Semi-skimmed milk has had about half of its cream removed, and skimmed milk has had almost all of its cream removed.
British full-fat milk, cream, cheese, or yoghurt has had no fat removed
a white liquid that comes from cows, goats, and sheep, which people drink and use in cooking. Cheese and other foods made from milk are called dairy products
milk that has had the cream removed from it. The usual American word is skim milk.
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