Do you drink milk from milk powder? Full cream,low fat or non fat milk powder?
July 23, 2008 6:35am CST
Which type of milk powder do you prefer for your usual consumption of milk? Full cream,low fat or non fat milk powder? For me, I always buy non fat high calcium milk powder for my daily consumption of milk. I am not sure I have made the right choice or not. But non fat high calcium milk powder makes me feel that I can slim down by drinking it. Maybe the terms are purposely used to attract people to buy. How about you? Which one do you prefer? Please share,thanks.
2 people like this
• United States
23 Jul 08
I don't drink milk, but powdered milk is about the best thing to have around. It's excellent to cook with and has saved me from buying milk, constantly, and having it go bad because I don't use it. I buy the enriched, low fat stuff, which is all our local stores have. If I drank it, I might be more interested in going to the effort to find 'the good stuff', but the low fat is fine for cooking.
• United States
30 Jul 08
I've only had powder milk once at someone's house. And it ended up tasting really weird. It was a combination of a chalky taste with something else. It was really really weird. I think it would have tasted better with chocolate in it. I do drink milk from a box. I forget the name, but it's better for my stomach. I am lactose intolerant.
• Trinidad And Tobago
28 Jul 08
I drink nearly all my milk from powdered milk. The only milk I buy pre-made is one called Supligen (think of it as a local version of ensure) I usually buy the Vanilla flavour and it is thicker and richer than normal milk. I use full cream powdered milk because I am accustomed using it and I want to put on a few extra pounds. I can't really comment on which powdered milk is right for which person, but the full cream is just fine for me.