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 3% is whole milk right?

Answer Whole milk is usually 3% - 4% You will mostly see 3.5% - 4% though
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Is there less sugar in skim milk then whole milk?

Since there less fat, then there would be more protein and carbohydrate. Sugar is a carbohydrate, therefore skim milk would have more sugar.
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Can I substitute whole milk for skim milk in a dog treat recipe?

Of course you can it will work just as well.Dune
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What is the difference of whole milk and sterilized milk?

You are talking about 2 different things. Whole milk is milk that has not been "skimmed" or had its milk fat removed. Whole milk contains about 4% milk fat, while reduced-fat milk varieties may con... Read More »
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How to Switch From Breast Milk to Whole Milk?

The transition from breast to whole milk can be jarring for your little one. Not only does it disrupt your baby's normal routine of suckling at your breast, but also the taste and nutritional conte... Read More »
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