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milk, filled Milk from which the natural fat has been removed and replaced with fat from another source. The reason may be economic, if the butter fat can be replaced by a cheaper one, or more recently, to replace a fat rich in saturated fatty acids with a vegetable oil with a lower content of saturated fatty acids.
filled milk See milk, filled.
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