Dehydrate Milk into Milk Powder Food Storage Recipe
This Dehydrate Milk into Milk Powder Food Storage Recipe shares how to turn “Liquid Milk” into a long term food pantry storage “Milk Powder” …. stored in a quart mason jar. Later on when needed, it can be reconstituted with a bit of water and time. Delicious and frugal as ever !
Pasteurized milk is spread across dehydrator sheet films and evaporation happens leaving milk solids. Dry milk solids are crumbed into milk powder. Milk powder has a far longer shelf life than liquid milk and does not need to be refrigerated, due to its low moisture content.
This article was written and shared with all of the readers in hopes to help give them a good idea for adding to their emergency food supply.
The article describes how to go about dehydrating fresh liquid milk in order to make it easier and safer to store over a long period of time.
All of the information is present in a way that makes it really easy to read and follow the information.
Reconstituting Powdered Dry Milk Powder is actually not as hard as you might think.
1 cup Water
3 Tablespoons Dry Milk Powder
To make one cup of the Milk use 3 tablespoons of the Dry Milk Powder mixed with 1 cup of water.
* Using the proper measurements makes a huge difference in how much better the finished milk taste . Here is a bonus tip: mixing the milk up the night before and letting it sit in the refrigerator overnight greatly improves the flavor.
One of the most important aspects to prepping is to have enough food to eat in the event of a major catastrophic event. This means that you have to have a large amount of foodstuff in a safe storage area that is equal to the needs of your family. One of the items that are important to have as part of your emergency food supply is milk.
This article was designed to introduce the reader to a unique method for dehydrating fresh milk in order to make it more easy to store for long term.
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