(kon-densd') [condensare, to make thick]. Made compact; reduced to a denser form. C. Milk, milk that has had most of its watery elements evaporated. Condensed milk prepared with the addition of cane- sugar is a white or yellowish-white product of about the consistence of honey, and ranging in specific gravity from 1.25 to 1.4 1. It should be completely soluble in 4 or 5 times its bulk of water, without separation of any flocculent residue, and then possess the taste of fresh, sweetened milk. Con- densed milk prepared without the addition of cane-sugar is not boiled down to the same degree, and therefore remains liquid.
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