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2% stabilizer such as vegetable gum, vanilla, and salt, all added to whole milk. Particular attention must be given to stabilizing the chocolate flavoring ingredients against sedimentation. Eggnog is a flavored dairy drink with seasonally maximum sales in November and December in the United States. 5% stabilizer and about 7% sugar. Flavorings include nutmeg, cinnamon, vanilla, and rum concentrate. FERMENTED A N D ACIDIFIED MILKS Fermented milks are cultured dairy products manufactured from whole, partly skimmed, skim, or slightly concentrated milk.
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