She was one of those insipid Englishwomen with skimmed milk in her veins, and she was perfectly content to be like that.
Use the quantity of milk that will just fill the pan; skimmed milk with 1–2 tablespns.
skimmed milk only should be taken—the cream being too rich for them.
skimmed milk and oil may be used in cakes and the cream saved for other purposes.
"He could have lived on the skimmed milk we feed to the pigs," thought Martin.
The curd of skimmed milk (obtained by the addition of vinegar or rennet) is beaten to a paste with quick-lime, in fine powder.
Make it into cakes, let them stand to rise again, and wash them over with skimmed milk before they are put into the oven.
As the dairyman cannot raise good calves on skimmed milk, so we cannot raise robust children without plenty of butter and milk.
Tanned leather is best cleaned with nitrous acid and salts of lemon diluted with water, and afterwards mixed with skimmed milk.
Or the parable of the cream and the skimmed milk, or of the buttered bread?
skim milk n.
The milk from which the cream has been removed.