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|No.||Raw Milk||Pasteurized Milk|
|1.||This milk is the direct milk from animals like, cow, sheep & goat.||Process: Pasteurization [developed by Louis Pasteur in 1864] is a heat treatment which obtained by keeping the milk at a specific temperature of 145F to 150F - High Temp/Short Time [H.T.S.T.] for half an hour, at least, and then decreasing the temperature to not more than 55F. In simple words; it is the process of destruction of certain germs and the prevention of souring milk.|
|2.||This milk is directly served. This raw, unpasteurized milk can carry dangerous bacteria which are responsible for causing numerous food-borne illnesses.||Milk is pasteurized to kill harmful bacteria before it served. On high temperature, harmful bacteria are removed by 99.99%.|
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Jul 03, 2013 | Wine & Spirits
Let's take a look at the different nutritional values of soy milk
compared to whole milk:
Calories- soy milk has fewer calories than whole
milk per cup (about 40 calories less per cup).
Fat- soy milk contains 3.5 grams of fat per cup (8
oz.), while whole milk contains 8 grams of fat per cup (8 oz.)
Cholesterol- soy milk contains no cholesterol, while
whole milk contains 24 mg cholesterol per cup.
Both soy milk and whole milk contain high amount of
calcium per cup that provides about 30-35 percent of the RDA.
Protein- Soy milk has about 5 grams of protein per
cup, while whole milk has 8 grams of protein per cup.
Feb 04, 2013 | Cooking
Skim milk is milk that contains no more than .5% fat by weight, while whole milk contains about 3.5 percent fat. This means that whole milk contains more calories than skim milk (almost half as much). Also, skim milk and whole milk taste differently because of the fat content. Most people prefer whole milk's taste because skim milk is too watery.
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