Condensed Milk
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Condensed Milk

It is a milk product extracted from cow’s milk. It is usually sweet and sticky and thick in texture. The process in making condensed milk involves removing the…

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Clarified Butter
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Clarified Butter

Clarified butter is produced by melting butter and allowing milk solid and water to separate from the butter fat. It is called ghee in India and is used…

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Buttermilk
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Buttermilk

It can be sweet or salty and is a very refreshing drink in summer. It is very popular in North India. The tang of buttermilk is due to…

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Butter
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Butter

Made from churning cream, butter adds the soppy richness and tender texture to cakes, pastries and biscuits. It is an everlasting delight in any cuisine. It is usually…

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Gruyere Cheese
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Gruyere Cheese

It is a yellow cheese that is named after the town of Gruyeres in Switzerland. It has a sweet and salty flavour. It is creamy and nutty when…

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Gouda Cheese
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Gouda Cheese

It is a yellow Dutch cheese made from cow’s milk. The cheese is named after the city of Gouda in the Netherlands. It is a semi-hard cheese popular…

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Feta Cheese
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Feta Cheese

Feta is a type of Greek cheese. It has a very soft and creamy texture. It is mostly produced in blocks and is crumbly. Feta cheese is generally…

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Milk
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Milk

Milk is a dairy product derived from the mammary gland of mammals. Milk is used worldwide as food for humans. It is also converted into dairy products like…

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Brie Cheese
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Brie Cheese

Brie is a type of French made with cow’s milk. It is slightly pale in colour with a greyish tinge under the rind. The rind is a white…

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Cream Cheese
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Cream Cheese

As the name suggests, this cheese has a soft creamy texture with a high fat content. Cream cheese is essentially made from un-skimmed cow milk and enriched with…

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