2 milk to whole milk
When you shop in the dairy case, the primary types of milk available are whole milk (% milk fat), reduced-fat milk (2%), lowfat milk (1%) and fat free milk, also. 1 tablespoon vinegar plus enough milk to equal 1 cup OR 2/3 cup plain If a baking recipe calls for whole milk, you may be able to substitute a low-fat milk. I have a recipe (from the cake mix doctor) that calls for 1 cup of whole milk. I only have 2% and really don't feel like going back to the store. ha.
To Replace: 1 cup whole milk. 5⁄8 cup skim milk + 3⁄8 cup half-and-half; 2⁄3 cup 1 % milk + 1⁄3 cup half-and-half; 3⁄4 cup 2% milk + 1⁄4 cup half-and-half; 7⁄8 cup. Whole milk is whole because it is — for lack of a better word — intact. "2 percent," "1 percent," and "nonfat milk" are not intact, because they've. Otherwise the answer is no because you don't have the equipment in a normal kitchen to homogenize the butterfat in the milk properly and will.
Any idea how much heavy cream to add to 2% milk to get closer to whole milk's fat level? Honestly I'd just normally pour in a bunch. There are several substitutes for whole milk that provide the nutrition of cup - ml) + Melted Butter (2 tbsp - 25 grams); Evaporated Whole Milk (1/2 cup - Ingredients. t heavy cream= 1% milk; 1T heavy cream= 2% milk; 2T heavy cream= whole milk; 5T 1t heavy cream= half-&-half; 9T heavy. Whole milk and 2 percent milk aren't all that different nutritionally, but new studies show higher fat milk may be better for your health.