Store 2 kgs powdered milk
Store 4 kgs powdered milk
I'm not keen on powdered milk, but that may be because I'm not fond of milk in general. I used to be highly allergic to cows milk and any soy product. I remember wandering up the street with my brother with some glass milk bottles to ask an older gentleman if he could supply us with goats milk, which he would happily do.
I'm not sure if my mother paid him money or with veggies from the garden, but he was a lovely elderly man. That was the only milk I could have. Sometimes we would have it warm. I shudder to think what that was like...
I digress. I still like to use milk and milk products in my cooking, and powdered milk is definitely necessary in the bread I make.
Here is some information on powdered milk on a previous post of mine: http://denleydiaries.blogspot.com/2011/01/powdered-milk.html
And this one, with some useful 'uses' for powdered milk: http://denleydiaries.blogspot.com/2009/03/what-to-do-with-powdered-milk.html
The biggest hint is to check the use-by date on your powered milk. You don't want off milk. It's nasty!