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Sure. Whole milk is preferred, but non-fat milk should still work.
Yes! I do it All the time. You can even substitute a dairy-free option like soy or almond milk with no negative effects.
You can but the reason that whole milk is best is because of its fat content, it creates a richer, more moist cake, but there is no reason that you couldn't use fat free.
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