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    Anybody getting dried whole milk?
    where, what kind?
    any other info??\

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    Quote Originally Posted by gpburdelljr View Post
    Yeah, what he said. You can buy it at grocery stores and Wal-mart. Comes in a can.
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    Great stuff, Nido. Lots of nutrients, and fantastic calorie/ounce properties, PLUS tastes great. We go through a couple of big cans every year, mixing it with all sorts of trail food.

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    Pay attention to the Nido label.
    You want WHOLE MILK. In the Hispanic section.
    Avoid the infant formula skim milk version.
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    Use caution if your not a whole milk drinker!!!! Make sure you have plenty of TP!!!! Ive gotten away from milk as I have gotten lactose intolerant as I got into my 40s...even the beloved carnation IB has enough milk combined with coffee to make digging a cat hole fast enough tough!!!


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    Yeah me too , but didn't hit me until my 50's. Really sucks because ice cream, milkshakes etc.... miss those things although there are alternatives nowadays. I buy my coffee now from trader Joe's has milk, sugar and coffee combined, and doesn't bother me. I miss the nido as well loved the taste, used to take cereal and poptarts for breakfast.

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    Nestle also has KLIM.

    I have found this version of powdered whole milk in asian groceries.

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    I use it every morning in my oatmeal.
    Bulk it up.

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