Whether you're planning tonight's dinner, or looking for a quick snack, you can do a lot with dairy. Here, you’ll find information on types of dairy products and delicious dairy-inspired recipes.
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PREP 15 min
Stir 2 minutes
COOK 35 min
PREP 20 min
COOK 25 min
COOK 55 min
PREP 45 min
COOK/CHILL 30 min/1.5 hrs
PREP 5 min
BLEND 30 sec
PREP 10 min
COOK 20 min
BLEND 30 seconds
COOK 30 min
COOK 45 min
BLEND 35 min
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Find out more about the different nutrients contained in milk and dairy products.
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Dairy milk is milk that comes from cows. This differentiates it from milk produced by other animals, or products derived from plants (like nuts or soy).
It's important to check the labels of the foods you're buying for their exact nutrient content. Milk alternatives like soy and almond beverages tend to have low amounts of naturally occurring calcium and vitamin D, and are fortified as a result. The amount of fortification is not standardized, so the nutrient content may vary from product to product. For tips on how to understand nutrition facts tables, visit the Government of Canada's Understanding food labels page.
The main difference between skim, 1%, 2% and homogenized (3.25%) milk is the amount of milk fat. The following chart shows the comparative nutrient values of the various types of dairy milk.
Nutritional value per 250 mL
*Retinol activity equivalent,
Source: Health Canada
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