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June 1997 Issue

Nonfat Dry Milk: A Kitchen Staple With Many Uses, Much Nutrition

Q. I've used powdered milk for years. Is it just as nutritious as fluid skim milk? A. In most cases, yes. The powdered milk you typically find on supermarket shelves is nonfat dry milk—skim milk that's simply been heated to evaporate the water, so it can be stored without refrigeration. However, occasionally you may run across low-fat dry milk, which is about 1% to 1 % fat, so check the label. Almost all

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