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The answer is that they are not much different. During fermentation, some of the milk's lactose is converted by bacteria into protein and other substances. The amount of conversion is pretty insignif …
answered Jan 23 '11 by J. Win.
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I believe milk helps to absorb strong flavor from meat. It may also impart a pleasant flavor of its own, but I have not been able to discern this. I have never heard that it can tenderize meat, and ca …
answered Feb 2 '11 by J. Win.