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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    This may have been around for awhile at other Costco stores, but Carnation powdered milk just showed up at my Costco in heavy plastic storage bags. 22 qt bags at a unit price of about .81/qt. It's resealable too so that beats the mess out of the boxes. And WOW - there was a full pallet when I...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Has anyone tried to make cornbread out of items they easily store? Cornmeal, flour, powdered eggs, powdered milk? I usually use fresh buttermilk and fresh eggs and shortening. I need a alternate recipe.
  3. Food and water
    I bought a bunch of boxes of powdered milk (Great Value) and want to know if putting them in Mylar bags is a waste of time or the right thing to do. Will they go rancid quickly? I saw a video here and heard you need to watch out for animal fat in foods you store including butter. Does this mean...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    hi i just purchased 25 lbs of powdered mik should i vaccum pack it or store it in zip lock bags?
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I've got a pretty good size can of powdered milk in my preps that has a date of 12/11 on it. Will it last longer than that? How about if it's unsealed and frozen? Az
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    If any of you have bought the LDS canned powdered milk, how does it taste compared to say....Carnation powdered milk? I have heard a couple of people say it doesn't taste very good. I like to use the powdered milk to suppliment the milk I buy by the gallon at the store. I wait until I have...
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Help me out guys and gals... need the shelf life of lentils,powdered milk,powdered chocolate(cocoa),crisco(in bar form)and pasta... all will be mylared with 02's and buckets. Thanx folks
  8. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I have been vaccum sealing some powdered milk. Every thing i have read says it starts to loose its vitamins after 6 months. Does anyone know if the actual powder is still good to use though and if there is a shelf life where it is no longer good. Also I have seen some people on here talk about...
  9. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I can find instant milk but where can you buy bulk non-instant milk? I am not a member of LDS. Is there anywhere else to get it?
  10. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    If I use mylar bags and o2 absorbers in a bucket, will powder milk store for a long period of time? How long do you think? Thanks and Merry Christmas! Joe
  11. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Well, The wife and I did our first food purchase towards stocking our pantry. About $700 Rice Beans spaghetti noodles flour sugar powdered milk canned fruit peanut butter oatmeal and a few other things I feel better knowing that we have enough for a few months at least, and while I know we...
  12. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I have two younger boys and the amount of powdered milk I am going to need for storage is 150-250 pounds. That is big bucks considering. Has anyone found a cheap vendor for milk? I was looking on honeyvillagegrain.com and for 150lb/$529. Its the cheapest I found so far. Thought I would throw...
  13. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Having a big family and knowing that we use a lot of milk, I was thinking that I should include some 6 gallon buckets of powdered milk in my preps. I would like to do this the most cost effective way possible. My local Sams does not sell powdered milk. My local Walmart sells a 64 oz box for...
  14. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    i really hate to sound stupid, but does anyone know where to buy powdered eggs and milk without having to order it online? for example, i know wallie-mart has powdered milk, but i cannot find powdered eggs or powdered butter for that matter. thanks. tom
  15. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Has anyone considered storing baby formula instead fo powdered milk? I know formula has vitamins and stuff added too it so in a shtf scenario where your living off your supplies might it not be better in the long run that regular powdered milk? I haven't looked into this really it was just a...
  16. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I was watching a You-Tube video last night on food storage and the young lady in the video pulled out a 25lb bag of powdered milk to use in her demonstration. The only powdered milk I have found at my local grocery stores comes in small boxes - probably a couple pounds max, with a per box cost...
  17. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    So to my disappointment, I've found that Milkman (my favored powdered milk of which I had a bit) is no longer available, as they've discontinued it (1.5-2 yrs ago apparently). So I was wondering if anyone had suggestions of their own on good varieties of readily available powdered milk brands...
  18. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Just looking for your opinions on the best powdered milk. I have tried a few brands over the years and have never found one that was tasty. Preferably one I can find locally. :)
  19. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Why do people choose the nonfat powdered milk over Whole powdered milk? The non fat seems to be very expensive while the whole can be had at $14 for 3.5 pounds or 53 cups of milk. The shelf life seems to be the same, and the whole tastes a little better, and I am thinking the fat would be wanted...
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