Can anybody tell me the difference between full cream evaporated milk and evaporated milk with vegetable fat?!

Question: Can anybody tell me the difference between full cream evaporated milk and evaporated milk with vegetable fat!?
In fact i wanna know is it same in test and colour!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

well for starters full cream evaporated is made from all cows milk and buttermilk and evaporated milk with vegetable fat is a solid made from vegetables like starch etc with sodium phosphate and natural sugars some evapoated milks just use butter milk, 9% milk stabilisers, sodium phosphate , and22% milk solidsWww@FoodAQ@Com

well, full cream is the richest cream that floats to the top of the pail after the cow is milked-this is the cream that you can use to make butter with, and also whipped cream!. the evaporated milk is milk that has had a lot of the water removed, and then has been canned!. you have to add water to it when you want to use it!. some people think evaporated milk is good, but i think it tastes horrible, and i only use it for cooking!. the colour of it is a bit darker than the cows cream!. and then evaporated milk with vegetable fat is just that same evaporated milk, with added vegetable fat to it!. you can also get evaporated milk with added sugars-like eagle brand milk-it is also used for cooking!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

full cream is like sour cream but sweet
evaporated milk is like fill a sot glass half way with sugar then add a fourth of that with water or milk then stir its so sweet only use in baking
and e milk with v oil is healthy its like cream with a hint of wheat grass nasty but sweet don't drink by self use in drinks only and only use full cream in and Irish cream drink and a few others like that k bartenderWww@FoodAQ@Com

The first is a milk product!. The second adds vegetable oil to replace the fat!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

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