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full-fat in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfull-fatˌfull-ˈfat adjective British English  DFfull-fat milk, cheese etc contains all the fat that is naturally in itlow-fat
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full-fatCottage or other low-fat cheese can be substituted for full-fat cheese; skimmed and semi-skimmed milk for whole milk.Cut down on all fats, particularly those from animal sources especially lard, suet, double cream and full-fat cheeses.Some people thought they were ordering regular full-fat food, but ordered the lower fat items by mistake.Before reaching for a celebratory pack of full-fat peanuts, a question strikes me: perhaps my level is too low?The milk added to the cereal is probably ordinary full-fat silver top milk.Dairy Whole milk and cream, full-fat yoghurt.