skim-milk cheese, boiled for some time in water, and then triturated into paste with fresh-slaked lime, forms also a good lute.
A skim-milk starter from a mixed supply is recommended by many.
I hold that the feeding value of skim-milk is not less than forty cents a hundred pounds, as we use it at Four Oaks.
The change from whole to skim-milk should be made gradually.
If milk is plenty, use equal quantities of skim-milk and water, allowing a quart of each for a dozen or so large onions.
skim-milk often agrees when whole milk can not be taken in any quantity without causing much disturbance.
I lied you into believing me your brother, who ain't ever been anything but a skim-milk quitter.
The chief advantage of the skim-milk over the unskimmed is simply that it is more easy of digestion.
The skim-milk will always be so much more in quantity than the cream.
She fed it with skim-milk from her own saucer, and set store by the trunk on that account up to the day of her death.
skim milk n.
The milk from which the cream has been removed.