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See also: Article ‘Carnation Evaporated Milk’

EVAPORATED MILK


An unsweetened, canned milk, evaporated milk is fresh homogenized milk with 60% of its water removed by evaporation. It contains 7.9% milk fat.

It takes about 2.1 pounds of whole milk to make 1 pound of evaporated milk.

(Evaporated Milk contains no sugar - Condensed Milk (Sweetened Condensed Milk) has added sugar)
 

    Carnation milk is the best in the land;     
    Here I sit with a can in my hand -     
    No tits to pull, no hay to pitch,     
    You just punch a hole in the son of a bitch.”     

    Anonymous
     

 

 

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