Most Helpful Guy
They have some of the fat taken out which in return makes it less thick and seem watered down
Most Helpful Girl
Not watered down. Just had fat content removed.
When fresh milk is allowed to rest, the fat or cream rises to the top, when the cream is skimmed from the top you are left with skimmed milk or otherwise known as skim milk.
No. They remove the fat content and that turns it watery
They aren't watered down, but they've had fat removed which leaves a more watery product.
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