Dairy creamer is a milk-related substance that is often stored in small plastic pots, and added to coffee or tea. It is produced by boiling milk at a temperature of 390 degrees centigrade. At this temperature, the milk has boiled, returned to a solid under the intense pressure, returned to a liquid and finally re-boiled. After this process the milk becomes purified to a point where it can be stored indefinitely, and contains nothing but pure water and trace amounts of calcium.
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