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Types of milk and cream - thesaurus

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amasi

noun

South African thick milk that has turned sour naturally

condensed milk

noun

thick sweet milk that is sold in cans

cream

noun

a thick yellow-white liquid taken from the top of milk

creamer

noun

a white liquid or powder used instead of milk or cream

crème fraîche

noun

a type of thick cream with a slightly sour flavor

evaporated milk

noun

milk sold in cans, that has had most of the water taken out of it and is used in cooking

half-and-half

noun

American a mixture of equal parts of milk and cream that you put into coffee or tea

heavy cream

noun

American cream that can be made thicker by beating it fast

homogenized

adjective

homogenized milk has had the cream mixed in so that it will not separate

milk

noun

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

pasteurized

adjective

if a liquid such as milk is pasteurized, it has been heated to a temperature that kills all the harmful bacteria

skim milk

noun

milk which has the cream removed from it

sour cream

noun

thick cream with a sour flavor

soya milk

noun

soy milk

soy milk

noun

American a white liquid from soy beans, used as a drink and in cooking

UHT milk

noun

milk that has been heated to a very high temperature so that it stays fresh longer

whipping cream

noun

a thick type of cream that can be made very stiff

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