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Old 26-03-2011, 19:55   #16
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Re: Dry Milk: The Secret

my mom tried to sneak the dry milk in on us, but I could spot it in the container... She used to try saving a milk carton and put it in that to fake us out. NEVER worked ; -)

I think dry milk now is a much better product but I still wont drink it. I do use it extensively in cooking however, as well as dry buttermilk.

For drinking I love the shelf stable. Tastes fine to me.
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Old 26-03-2011, 20:10   #17
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Re: Dry Milk: The Secret

i dislike the aftertaste if the irradiated and powdered nonfat milks but i can use nido in my coffee and in my cooking. i will not use parmalat or other irradiated milks as the aftertaste isnt pleasant.
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Old 26-03-2011, 20:22   #18
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Nido by Nestle is the only good dry milk I have ever found.
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Old 26-03-2011, 20:46   #19
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Re: Dry Milk: The Secret

Long life milk - bad, dry milk ok, but I mix it warm and "extra" to make it thicker and let it sit overnight... unless I forget, then it is dry cereal for me.

My mother tried the dry milk bit too... didn't work.
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Old 26-03-2011, 22:23   #20
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Re: Dry Milk: The Secret

Sabray, I have to say it was very tempting to cite some of the studies correlating the effect of the hormones in the cows and subsequent milk with the effects on the human's hormones that drink it in regards to Old Jersey's new profile pic ;0)
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Old 26-03-2011, 22:50   #21
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A correlation is exactly what I suspected. In Davids case it was likely goat milk. although i wont being indulging in any Davids improved looks caused me to encourage several close friends to try powdered goats milk.
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Old 27-03-2011, 00:20   #22
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I have been trying to behave. Which is why Im reading about powdered milk on a saturday night. I just have to wonder is there a correlation between Davids new breasts and powdered milk? Im giving up milk for sea water.
Milk is on the Health list for use to get Calceum for are bones.
Vitamin D is add to the milk if we do not get are dayli sun light dose like a plant.
And there are othere ways to get Calceum but most it in milk.
Have a very great year.
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Old 27-03-2011, 00:31   #23
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Re: Dry Milk: The Secret

'Milkman' brand powdered milk is the best that I've been able to find. It contains a bit of milk fat (cream) which seems to take away the cardboard taste of zero fat dried milk. It also comes in 1 quart pouches which makes stowage really convenient on a boat.
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HWMO refuses, point blank, to consume powder milk. So he thinks. He doesn't know yet that I've started sneaking it into the cooking....
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HWMO refuses, point blank, to consume powder milk. So he thinks. He doesn't know yet that I've started sneaking it into the cooking....
Reminds me of how my parents got my brother to start eating mushrooms. Diced really small and un-recognizable, he ate everything saying it was good, asked what was in it, parents waited until he was done.
I thought it was funny.
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And that reminds me of how my parents tried to get us to consume our Pripsen... by sneaking it into the Angel's Delight which then tasted vile, and was inedible... Waste really, we were perfectly willing to simply gulp it down in a glass of milk and have done with it...
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What's the deal with all you guys ? Why bother with powdered when full fat UHT milk is available in so many places ? I can vouch for UHT lasting 6 months in tropical heat and it might well be longer. Can't you all get by with a minimum twice yearly restock ?

I do agree that low fat UHT is crap.
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I have reported all the sexist comments to the Mods
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Honey - they're not sexist, they're flattering. It's true, you do look so much better with the new hair.

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Who cares about your nose job David ? I like it.

What I want to know is when you are booked in for the big snip.
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