Toned Milk vs Full Cream Milk
Full cream milk, is milk that is untouched or undiluted. Other than being homogenized, i.e. to make sure the milk doesn’t split, and pasteurized, i.e. to make sure that the milk is safe to consume, no other...
Soya Milk vs Normal Milk
Normal Milk is actually the milk from cows. However, it can also commonly be the milk of buffaloes and water buffaloes. Soya Milk, also written as soy milk, is a milk substitute that is made for soy bean. The...
Mother's Milk vs Formula
Breast milk or Mother’s milk is important for a baby as it helps build immunity and provides it with a whole lot of minerals, proteins and vitamins that it needs to grow up.Formula is developed in order to...
Mother's Milk vs Cow's Milk
Mother’s milk offers the appropriate amounts of carbohydrate, protein, and fat, breast milk provides vitamins, minerals, digestive enzymes, and hormones required for an infant. Cow’s milk has high amounts of...
Heavy Cream vs Whipping Cream
Heavy cream or heavy whipping cream has a 36 to 40% fat percentage of butterfat. Whipping cream has a 30-36% percentage of butter fat and is lighter and fluffier.