Store This not That: Powdered Milk vs. Milk Alternative

in this videoLearn the basics on powdered milk! Find out what is the difference between instant, non-instant and a milk alternative, which is the best to use, and more!

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Click HERE to download my handout on Powdered Milk.
next up Take a leap of faith and learn how to MIX your powdered milk…you know so you don’t gag when you try and drink it! Learn all the tricks to make it drinkable to save you MONEY!

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  • Mirka da Pieva

    Hello!
    I just would like to know for how long magic mix can be stored in the fridge?
    Love you blog!
    Mirka from Rio, Brazil.

  • eatfoodstorage

    as long as butter can stay in the fridge.

  • Karina Andersen

    Wow, thanks for the milk info, I had no idea about Morning Moo! I will definitely be buying the cannery milk! Great info!

  • Nicole

    I have to buy lactose free milk for my son. Is there a way I can use the milk from the cannery for him? The lactose free milk is really expensive! Thanks! I love your book and your web site!

    Nicole

  • eatfoodstorage

    Nope. Sorry! If someone has a lactose problem you can try the Morning Moo
    milk drink it only has 7% lactose in it.

  • Janine

    I cannot find the recipe for Magic Mix. Could anyone tell me where it is? I find Crystal showing how to make it but I do not find the exact amounts. Could someone help me? Thanks

  • eatfoodstorage

    Ingredients:
    2 1/3 C. Powdered Milk
    1 C. All Purpose Flour (Yes, use All Purpose)
    1 C. (2 sticks) Margarine (***HAS TO BE REAL MARGARINE, NOT SPREAD***) or
    Butter, at room temperature

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  • Christy West

    Margarine is one molecule from being plastic. Even the bugs do not want anything to do with it.

  • Glpaiva

    Because I can’t find non instant, can I use instant in your bread recipe? If so, how much?

  • Anonymous

    yes, just use the same amount for this recipe. Usually you would double the
    amount.

  • Anonymous

    yes, just use the same amount for this recipe. Usually you would double the
    amount.

  • Anonymous

    yes, just use the same amount for this recipe. Usually you would double the
    amount.

  • Sandra

    Awesome Crystal!
    How about using Honeyville Powdered Butter, instead of real butter?
    This way you could store the totally dry mix at room temp, and if electricity goes out, no need to
    worry about needing to keep mix cold.

  • Anna

    Is the milk from providentliving.org noninstant? There is no cannery near me.

  • eatfoodstorage

    Yes!