- milk containing all its constituents as received from the cow or other milk-giving animal.
Origin of whole milk
Examples from the Web for whole milk
Historical Examples of whole milk
All these discussions have applied to whole-milk Cheddar cheese.
The next most economical way is in the form of whole-milk cheese, since all but the whey is used in it.Food Guide for War Service at Home
Katharine Blunt, Frances L. Swain, and Florence Powdermaker
Before attempting to make skimmed-milk Cheddar, one should become 242familiar with the process for whole-milk Cheddar.
More acid is developed with the skimmed-milk than with the whole-milk cheese because it seems necessary to develop proper texture.
During the cheddaring process the curd is piled more rapidly and in higher piles than is customary with whole-milk cheese.
- milk from which no constituent has been removedCompare skimmed milk