Cookbook:Powdered Milk

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Powdered Milk

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Powdered milk, also known as milk powder or dried milk, is a variety of milk where all the water has been evaporated. As a result, it is shelf-stable at room temperature. Because milk fat can turn rancid over time, powdered milk is often sold with little to no fat content.

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Powdered milk can be reconstituted with water to make liquid milk. It can also be used in cooking and baking as a source of protein and flavor.