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"Sweet milk" is really an old-fashioned term. Back when so many people lived on farms and had their own milk cows, there were always two kinds of milk -- sweet milk (which is just regular milk) and buttermilk. Although I grew up in the city, my parents did not, and they always called regular milk "sweet milk." That's all it means. It just distinguishes regular milk from buttermilk. Some older recipes still use the term.

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