After running 6 1/2 miles this afternoon, I went to my apartment with the goal of replenishing the 10 pounds of water I lost. I made an orange juice/ice cream/concentrated milk mixture. On the can of concentrated milk it says, "Warning: contains milk." Apparently, (you know this had to be true), somebody sometime somewhere purchased a can of concentrated milk under the general idea that what was in the can was not milk, but another substance entirely. What I would like to know is, "What did they think was IN the can?"
When I go to the grocery store and I see a can of tuna fish, I generally assume that the contents of the tuna fish can contain tuna. It's a simple principle really. Tuna implies fish.