SOME OTHER TYPES OF MILK OF MILK

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CON­DENSED MILK

Cow’s milk from which wa­ter has been re­moved and sugar added. Pros Has a longer shelf life and can be used in tea, cof­fee and desserts. Cons High­est of all milks in kilo­joules, fat and sodium.

EVAP­O­RATED MILK

Cow’s milk from which about 60 per­cent of the wa­ter has been re­moved. Pros A tastier op­tion than nor­mal milk when cook­ing and bak­ing. Cons Not suit­able for use as a sub­sti­tute for milk be­cause of its dis­tinc­tive sweet taste. High in kilo­joules.

SOY BEV­ER­AGE

Made from cooked and ground soya beans. Pros Low in kilo­joules, fat and sodium. It’s also lac­tose-free. Cons Some va­ri­eties con­tain added sugar and con­tain no nat­u­ral cal­cium, but can be cal­cium for­ti­fied.

CO­CONUT MILK

Pros Low in sodium and it’s lac­tose-free. Cons It’s high in fat, low in cal­cium and the taste may not ap­peal to ev­ery­one.

GOAT’S MILK

Pros A healthy al­ter­na­tive to cow’s milk. Cons Has a slightly salty taste and may de­crease ab­sorp­tion of B vi­ta­mins.

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