Milk is one of the most used and versatile products in cooking. It's rich in nutrients and a great milk tastes creamy, refreshing and has a texture like no other.
It's also used in the production of a cheese, yogurt, butter and cream and in each case it tastes so different.
But what is the process involved with turning milk into cream or milk into butter milk? That's exactly the questions that are answered in this infographic from Behance.
Starting with milk they document exactly what is added to make other products - weather its the skin off the top of the fat, milk with proteins separated or milk fermented with pro-biotic bacteria - this infographic documents the many lives of milk.
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