Question about milk please help?????!

Question: Question about milk please help!?!?!?!?!?
1]how is uht milk different from full cream milk!?
2]how is evoparated milk different from full cream milk!?
3] how is condensed milk different from full cream milk!?

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All of these have the full cream content intact, it is not removed!.
UHT (Ultra High Temperature) milk is quickly heated to 275°F to sterilize the milk thus extending the shelf life to from 6 -9 months before opening where a normal shelf live after opening!. There is a change in color and the taste that some people have detected!.

Condensed milk has its water removed and usually replaced with sugar!. it is sometimes called Sweetened Condensed Milk and is usually canned and has a shelf life of years!. It is often used in desserts!. It's use dates back to the days of Marco Polo,

Evaporated milk is similar to condensed milk except that it has no added sugar!. It has some 60 % of the water removed and can be reconstituted by merely adding water!. It has a shelf live of several months to several years depending on the brand It's main use was for when refrigeration was not widespread and they needed to extend the life of milk!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Evaporated milk is already cooked, and so it will react to heat differently than fresh cream!. In addition, evaporated milk has a very different ratio of fat to milk solids and sugars than cream!. Some recipes use evaporated milk to make a dish creamy without making it excessively fatty (and yes, there is such a thing as too much cream)!.

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