Milk, Cheese, Yoghurt, Cream and Butter – The Dairy Page

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Do you drink milk?

Milk and Milk Products

Milk comes from cows. It also comes from sheep, goats, horses and other mammals.

There is a drink which is made from fermented horses milk.

Do you know any unusual or not so well-known milk products?

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Milk Products are made from raw milk or natural unadulterated milk. Look at the list:

A List of Milk Products

raw milk

pastuerised homogenised milk (Coming Link: past perfect passive tense)

cream

yoghurt

whey

cheese

The Cheese Page (coming soon)

Do you know how to make cheese?

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How do you make it?

There are many varieties of cheese and not all of it is made from cow’s milk.

goat cheese

sheep cheese

camel cheese

yoghurt

quark

cottage cheese

mascapone

Butter or Oil?

When you make a sandwich do you use butter or something else?

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Vocabulary

butter
margarine
spread
spreadable
soft
hard
in the fridge
out of the fridge

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The Sandwich Page
The Cheese Page
The Container Page
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Weights and Measures – The Dimension Page
The Container Page
The Metaphor Page
The Jam Page
Cream and Mushrooms – Pasta Carbonara
The Italian Food Page
Nachos Recipe
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Vocabulary

Milk products are a large part of our diet. They come in various containers of various dimensions.

Butter

five hundred grammes of butter
half a pound of butter
three hundred and seventy-five grams of butter

Milk

a litre of milk
a carton of milk
a can of milk (condensed milk)

Cheese

a slice of cheese
a block of cheese
a piece of cheese
a morsel of cheese (literary)

Coming Links
Aesop’s Fables Interactive Stories

Cream

a bottle of cream
a bottle of sour cream
a jug of cream

Devonshire Tea

Devonshire Tea is tea (with milk and sugar) and scones (made with flour and fresh butter) with jam and fresh cream.

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Could I have a cup of tea and some scones, please?

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Would you like a cup of tea and some scones?

Have you ever had tea with milk and sugar and scones with jam and fresh cream?

Write your answer in the “comments” section at the bottom of the page.

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