There are countless varieties of cheese made by coagulating milk proteins and separating the curds from the whey.
Produced by fermenting milk with live bacteria cultures, resulting in a thick, creamy product.
Made by churning cream or milk to separate the butterfat from the buttermilk.
A frozen dessert made by churning and freezing a mixture of milk, cream, sugar, and often flavorings like fruits or chocolate.
A soft, mild-tasting cheese made from cream and milk.
Milk that has had water removed and sugar added, resulting in a thick, sweet syrup used in various desserts.
Similar to condensed milk, but without added sugar; it's canned and used in cooking or as a milk substitute.
A fresh cheese made from curds of pasteurized cow's milk.