Gatas is a Filipino word for Milk.

There are several kinds/varieties of Gatas in the Philippines, the fresh one which is available only in some rural Areas is called Gatas ng Kalabaw (fresh milk of Carabao, a Kind of buffalo in the Philippines), Gatas na Malapot refers to Condensed Milk which we used often for making Sweets/Desserts like Leche Flan and Gatas na Malabnaw which we call in the Country Evaporated Milk. Condensed Milk an Evaporated Milk are both available in all food markets in the country including Powdered Milk for cooking (Polvoron)  and for feeding the babies (Baby Formula available of different brands).  

 


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