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whole milk

n.
Milk from which no constituent, such as fat, has been removed.

whole milk

n
(Cookery) milk from which no constituent has been removed. Compare skimmed milk

whole′ milk′


n.
milk from which none of the components, as fat or water, has been removed.
[1965–70]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.whole milk - milk from which no constituent (such as fat) has been removed
milk - a white nutritious liquid secreted by mammals and used as food by human beings
skim milk, skimmed milk - milk from which the cream has been skimmed
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Tenders are invited for Purchase of concentrate for production of whole milk substitute
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Dariush Mozaffarian, who conducted the study about diabetes risk and whole milk, told the magazine.
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SKIMMED v WHOLE MILK WE know whole milk has more fat than skimmed - but it's not necessarily less healthy.
Yogurts made from whole milk may be showing up on store shelves, but you don't want them showing up in your artery walls (see "Wholey Cow").
The 18-month study on the nutritional qualities of milk, published in the peer-reviewed online journal PLOS ONE, compared nearly 400 samples of organic and non-organic whole milk from 14 commercial milk processors.
This, combined with the fact that international collaborative studies of the method had been conducted for liquid bovine whole milk only thus far, illustrated the need to validate the method for products other than bovine whole milk.