Sweetened condensed dairy has been a huge hit in the UK.
But how is it made?
And is it healthier?BBC News: “The ingredients are identical to regular condensed milk”Source BBC News: “It’s basically condensed milk with the added sweetener of coconut milk.”
Read more about milk here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-covid-35202626What to do if you’re unsureHow to drink sweetened or condensed milkSource BBC news: It’s a sweetened, sweetened milk, and if you drink it it will be “sour and creamy”.
“You’ll also get a nice smooth texture and taste, which makes it a good choice for a breakfast or snack.”
Read our guide to drinking sweetened and condensed milk here.
What to know about milk in general, how to make milk at home and how to find a dairy supply store in your area here:The key ingredients are milk and cream.
“The ingredients have been identical to normal condensed milk.”
It will also have a “creamier” texture and have a similar taste to other soft drinks.
This is because the milk is made up of two ingredients: milkfat and whey.
Whole milk is not considered to be a dairy product.
The main difference is the amount of milkfat used.
The more fat, the thicker the milk.
You can read more about the ingredients here:What to use in your milk supply store?
Here’s a handy guide to milk supply stores in your region.Read more: