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    Default Just did a pantry inventory

    Hi Everyone,

    I just did a pantry inventory, I am getting ready for trying to feed my
    family of 4 on less than 200 dollars per month....So my question is
    this.....I have a number 10 can of powdered butter..What do I do with this,
    how can I use this...Also I have 3 cans of Non Instant Nonfat powdered
    milk...What is this and how do I use it.Thanks


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    Default Re: Just did a pantry inventory

    Andrea:

    The Budget101 home page - Budget101.com has a great listing of
    recipes of things you can make. Your powdered milk may be used like
    any milk (check the label for for how much water to add to use as
    milk) or if your going to use dry, try one of the mixes you can make -
    for example "Cream of Anything" soup.

    I've not heard of powdered butter - be sure it is not powdered
    buttermilk. Or there may be directions on the can.

    This is a case of one of those leaks - things in your pantry you
    should know what they are for or they shouldn't be bought. To cut
    your bill, start looking at what you need, planning your meals from
    that list you've already made & not buying anything if possible! How
    many meals could you actually make if you really gave it some thought?
    If you do need to buy something, make sure it's on a list & only buy
    for what you've planned for. Good start!!

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    Default Re: Just did a pantry inventory

    HI, Andrea

    Welcome to the group. Nonfat instant powdered milk is just skim
    milk that has had the water evaporated from it. It is very
    economical for baking and cooking and much less expensive than fresh
    milk. It's also good as an emergency supply as it will last a long
    time in the pantry.

    You can reconstitute it by adding water and following the package
    instructions and use it for drinking. Some people don't care for
    the "cooked" taste of it but I know a couple of women who combine it
    with a carton of fresh milk to stretch the amount of fresh milk.

    You can also use it reconstituted in recipes that call for liquid
    milk such as baking, sauces, soups, etc.

    There are also recipes that use it an a dry ingredient.

    Hope this helps.

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