Although the name is "evaporated milk", it is the water content that undergoes a change of state. By virtue of proximity, the process of evaporation tends to tilt the milk towards solid than gaseous state.
Haha, it's a brand term. It's not the milk that is evaporated, but the water inside it that has been largely removed to make "condensed milk" which is a more correct term. If you want to eat evaporated foods, take the food to the surface of Venus!
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