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“A super sweet milk”

published 28/07/2009

AdvantagesLower fat, sweet, cheap

DisadvantagesOverly sweet by itself but not sweet when mixed with other things

...I remember watching my step-dad pouring condensed milk on his toast before and was intrigued as to how any one would want a sweet milk on their bread. My step-dad had the full fat full sugar version on his but I spotted a 'light' version in ASDA, at just 92p for a 405g tin. Condensed milk is basically, milk which had been condensed and sweetened with sugar to form a kind of syrup. The version...

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“Sweet and creamy”

published 15/12/2014

AdvantagesTasty, healthy, easy and less messy to use

DisadvantagesHigh sugar content, high calories

...Condensed Milk is cow?s milk from which water has been removed and made with only natural ingredients. It contains a mixture of whole milk and about 40 to 45 % sugar, which is heated until about 60% of water evaporates. It has no added artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. Nestle Carnation Sweetened Condensed Milk is available in cans of 170g, 397g and 450g. It is also available in...

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“Tinks Milk!”

published 02/01/2015

Advantagesgentle on cats tummy, cat loves it

DisadvantagesA little expensive

...My cat, Tink like most others loves milk but as cats are not able to drink cows milk due to them being intolerant to lactose I purchase special cat milk for her. One cat milk which is widely available is Whiskas which has reduced levels of lactose and can be purchased from most supermarkets and pet supply shops. My last purchase of the Whiskas cat milk was from Pets at Home where it was priced...

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