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Old 02-20-2013, 12:55 PM   #29
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UHT ultra high temperature pasteurization gives a 70 day shelf life. But I can deal with dry.
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Old 02-23-2013, 11:14 AM   #30
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need some help from all of you. when boomdocking i might be able to stay out for 1 month before having to come to town. are any of you using powered milk ? if so what brand ? any suggestions please.
No Refrigeration

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Buy organic milk. It often has 5-6 weeks until it expires. And it's better for you. I assume it is ultra pasteurized. Same taste, a bit more expensive, but cheaper than a trip to town.
Agreed, if you must drink milk, (or eat food) buy organic. No pesticides, no antibiotics, no added bovine growth hormones...you know what they say about mother's milk, and how most things transfer through it.....

Organic vs Non Organic Milk - Milky Matters: Organic or Not? - Canada - SavvyMom.ca
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has anyone tried to freeze milk ? how did it work ?
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Works just fine. Water freezes and the rest just floats. Thaw it and you will never know.
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