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Powdered milk .....

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#1
Got this online
32g mixed with 225 ml of water gives 250g of full fat milk . Initial testing shows it mixes well ( without lumps) tastes ok too . I’ve just got some chilling in the fridge .

Could be a useful addition to camp diet
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Often thought about it never tried though, will await your outcome, my bought dehydrated pasta's call foe x amount of water and milk but I just use water, may make them taste better with this, not that they taste bad as they are though.
 

Harry Palmer

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#4
I've used it for years, its the best dried milk you can get. You'll often find it in Asian supermarkets.
 
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#8
Add powdered or make up into actuall milk ! I normally have skimmed . When I made some up according to instructions it was definitely full fat milk ( I might make weaker in future to suit my own tastes ) . Taste wise I think it resembles the old “sterilised “ milk of my childhood . It’s drinkable and if you love me cereal when on trips it’s light and easy to make . In my view worth having as an option .
 

Rathwulven BC

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Please do not take it personally as I do not mean it this way: But why would one support that conglomerate, given their extremely nature-destroying conduct as well as their insane intentions to privatise water resources? Not to talk about all the other animal cruelty and human abuse they are involved with. Nestle and being an outdoor-lover, in my opinion, really just don't go together.

As complaining alone does not really help, of course: Did you think about buying Campina? They are regional producers from the Fryslan province here:

Albert Heijn

I am not sure if they do export to the UK, but they are active in France, Belgium, Germany and Austria. So I guess they might ship worldwide. Actually their products also taste pretty nice. And the milk as such is a Dutch (or then Frisian) regional product.
 
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Please do not take it personally as I do not mean it this way: But why would one support that conglomerate, given their extremely nature-destroying conduct as well as their insane intentions to privatise water resources? Not to talk about all the other animal cruelty and human abuse they are involved with. Nestle and being an outdoor-lover, in my opinion, really just don't go together.

As complaining alone does not really help, of course: Did you think about buying Campina? They are regional producers from the Fryslan province here:

Albert Heijn

I am not sure if they do export to the UK, but they are active in France, Belgium, Germany and Austria. So I guess they might ship worldwide. Actually their products also taste pretty nice. And the milk as such is a Dutch (or then Frisian) regional product.
Thanks for your comment ,I try not to mix my milk with politics.....