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    Stephanie Dark
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    So, we're going camping soon, and will be making coffee in the

    mornings, but without a fridge I can't have my milk! I don't like

    nondairy creamers so was thinking of bringing dry/powdered milk to add

    to my cuppa joe in the morning. Has anyone tried this? Does it taste

    almost like putting regular milk in one's coffee? If it does, maybe

    we'll start doing this everyday to stretch the milk budget!!



    Thanks,

    Stephanie








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    pocica@mchsi.com
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    IMO you need to mix it with water before putting it in the coffee. I've tried

    it before and it wasn't good straight. I'd love to hear what others think.



    Debbie P.





    ---------------------- Original Message: ---------------------

    From: Stephanie Dark <thedarks@astound.net>

    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com

    Subject: Budget101.com : dry milk & coffee

    Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2008 23:35:08 &#43;0000



    > So, we're going camping soon, and will be making coffee in the

    > mornings, but without a fridge I can't have my milk! I don't like

    > nondairy creamers so was thinking of bringing dry/powdered milk to add

    > to my cuppa joe in the morning. Has anyone tried this? Does it taste

    > almost like putting regular milk in one's coffee? If it does, maybe

    > we'll start doing this everyday to stretch the milk budget!!

    >

    > Thanks,

    > Stephanie

    >






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    NancyR
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    I've used dry milk in my coffee for years & IMO it tastes great plus had no

    fat & none of those awful additives.



    Nancy








  4. #4
    Keith
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    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, pocica@... wrote:

    >

    > IMO you need to mix it with water before putting it in the coffee.

    I've tried

    > it before and it wasn't good straight. I'd love to hear what

    others think.

    >

    > Debbie P.

    >

    >

    > ---------------------- Original Message: ---------------------

    > From: Stephanie Dark <thedarks@...>

    > To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com

    > Subject: Budget101.com : dry milk & coffee

    > Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2008 23:35:08 &#43;0000

    >

    > > So, we're going camping soon, and will be making coffee in the

    > > mornings, but without a fridge I can't have my milk! I don't

    like

    > > nondairy creamers so was thinking of bringing dry/powdered milk

    to add

    > > to my cuppa joe in the morning. Has anyone tried this? Does it

    taste

    > > almost like putting regular milk in one's coffee? If it does,

    maybe

    > > we'll start doing this everyday to stretch the milk budget!!

    > >

    > > Thanks,

    > > Stephanie

    > >

    >My guess it would clump up if you put it in directly so i would

    think mixing it with water would be the best thing to do. I will try

    it though On my next trip camping.










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    mem68
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    Maybe you could try it before you go camping. Are you using a tent?

    ----- Original Message -----

    From: "Stephanie Dark" <thedarks@astound.net>

    To: <Budget101_@yahoogroups.com>

    Sent: Wednesday, July 30, 2008 4:10 PM

    Subject: Budget101.com : dry milk & coffee





    > So, we're going camping soon, and will be making coffee in the

    > mornings, but without a fridge I can't have my milk! I don't like








  6. #6
    Shelly Billingsley
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    I use nonfat dry powdered milk when we run out of cream and it is not time to go to the store. I also have some whole powdered milk-now that tastes really good, almost like half and half. In fact,I think we will start using that instead. I keep it in the fridge becasue with the fat content, it could go bad quicker.
    Shelly

    ----- Original Message ----
    From: "pocica@mchsi.com" <pocica@mchsi.com>
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Wednesday, July 30, 2008 6:37:00 PM
    Subject: Re: Budget101.com : dry
    milk & coffee





    IMO you need to mix it with water before putting it in the coffee. I've tried

    it before and it wasn't good straight. I'd love to hear what others think.



    Debbie P.



    ------------ --------- - Original Message: ------------ ---------

    From: Stephanie Dark <thedarks@astound. net>

    To: Budget101_@yahoogro ups.com

    Subject: Budget101.com : dry milk & coffee

    Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2008 23:35:08 &#43;0000



    > So, we're going camping soon, and will be making coffee in the

    > mornings, but without a fridge I can't have my milk! I don't like

    > nondairy creamers so was thinking of bringing dry/powdered milk to add

    > to my cuppa joe in the morning. Has anyone tried this? Does it taste

    > almost like putting regular milk in one's coffee? If it does, maybe

    > we'll start doing this everyday to stretch the milk budget!!

    >

    > Thanks,

    > Stephanie

    >







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    xtena
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    I use instant powdered milk in my coffee. I agree with Debbie, mix it

    with water. Plus I make it 'thicker' e.g. instead of 1/3 cup powdered

    to 1 cup water I only mix in 2/3 cup or so of water.



    It doesn't taste as good as real milk (let's face it, fat adds

    flavor!). I often add some nondairy powdered creamer to the hot coffee

    before adding the nonfat milk mixture.



    Christena



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, pocica@... wrote:

    >

    > IMO you need to mix it with water before putting it in the coffee.

    I've tried

    > it before and it wasn't good straight. I'd love to hear what others

    think.

    >

    > Debbie P.










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    Kelly Tanner
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    Depending on how long you are going for and providing you are taking a cooler couldn't you just freeze some milk in to ice cubes and use those for a couple of days..1 or 2 for each cup of coffee.

    Kelly in Kentville, Nova Scotia



 

 
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