Milk has a lot of white bits in it?

Answer That would be the curds, the milk is curdling. It's basically a coagulation of the proteins. It can happen for lots of reasons, but bacterial action is one of them. It's basically taking a baby ste... Read More »

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What is missing from soya milk to make less white than pasteurised cows milk?

Could it be the sugar content of milk. Seeing as cows eat grass, it contains a sugar called Lactose. Lactose is not present in soy milk.Edit: However it would seem that Casein which is rich in c... Read More »

How many bits are used to create a single pixel of black&white?

A single pixel in pure black and white requires only one bit, or one eighth of a byte, of memory to store. Additional bits can be added to increase the number of shades of gray.Source:Imaging Compo... Read More »

Women! Why do you spend ages picking the white, stringy bits of tangerines before eating them?

because if you swallow a load of that stringy stuff it get tangled together to make a rope and then the little people who eat all your food to keep you thin will be able to escape! Gooood do men kn... Read More »

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