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I just opened an old can of KLIM whole dried milk I purchased in 1999, and was surprised to see that it looks exactly the same and smells exactly the same as the whole dried milk I just purchased at Wall Mart.

What do you think? Should I attempt to use a little of it and see if I get food poisoning? :eek: I have another unopened can, and would hate to toss it if it could still be used.

The cans were stored in a cool, dry location.
 

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Try it out on your mother-in-law. :thumb:

Seriously, if it looks and smell good and the canis undamaged, it should be alright. sip a little but no more than a couple of ounces. If you hold it down or stay off of the pot, you should be in good shape.
 

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That's what I was planning on doing. I just really expected it to smell bad since I thought the fat would have gone rancid.
 

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Chances are its not milk!!! probably whitewash.Anyway if its still good after all these years think of all the poisonous preservatives in it.
 

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It's definitely canned, dried, whole milk. Never opened.

Contents are whole milk powder, vitamin A acetate, vitamin D3.
 

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We had a similar product bought in 1999, opened it a few weeks ago, did the taste test and it was fine.
It was full cream milk powder in a sealed can, export quality, very rich in flavour.
Probably better quality than some of the crap around today.
 
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