Saco Mix 'n Drink, Instant Non-Fat Dry Milk, (makes 40 quarts), 8-Pound Box
- Contains dry milk in a 40 quarts box
- Free from fat and contains less cholesterol
- Dairy fresh and contains nutrition of fresh milk
- A good source of calcium and reduces the risk of osteoporosis in old people
- Made from pasteurized milk
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Contents may settle in the carton, resulting in slight variations in the number of quarts made when mixing by the measuring cup method.
Pasteurized Pure Skim Milk, Fortified With Vitamin A Palmitate & Vitamin D3.
1. Pour 3 3/4 cups of cold water in a quart (or larger) glass container. 2. Add 3.2 oz (about 1 1/3 cups) SACO Mix'n Drink Instant Skim Milk. 3. Stir until dissolved. 4. Refrigerate and chill thoroughly before serving. To enhance the full dairy-fresh flavor of Mix'n Drink, cover and store in refrigerator overnight before serving. Other Mix'n Drink tips: To make 1 cup liquid milk for cooking or baking, add 1/3 cup Mix'n Drink to 8 oz (1 cup) water. Stir until dissolved. For richer, whole milk flavor, mix equal parts liquid Mix'n Drink and whole milk. For a more nutritious, richer beverage, use less water or add 1/3 cup more Mix'n Drink per quart. Dry Mix'n Drink requires no refrigeration. It's economical, healthy, and convenient. store on your pantry shelf. Keep cool and dry! For cooking, use liquid (not dry) Mix'n Drink Instant Skim Milk whenever milk is called for. No special conversions are needed! Mix'n Drink tastes great in all kinds of recipes and offers virtually half the calories, non of the fat, and all of the goodness of fresh, whole milk!
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Top Customer Reviews
Here's my solution for mixing and storing SACO milk.
1.) Buy two plastic half gallons of store milk and rinse the bottles out thoroughly when they're empty.
2.) Mix up a quart of SACO in a large Pyrex (glass) handled measuring cup and use its convenient spout to pour the milk into an empty grocery bottle. Repeat the process. (Note: having the Pyrex device clearly marked off in red sure makes measuring the powder easy. Just start with 8 oz. of SACO, then add water to the quart line.)
3.) Put the cap on the filled bottle and vigorously shake this half-gallon to assure all the SACO has dissolved. Refrigerate. (A bottom shelf is best, as it's colder.)
4.) When you get down near to the last of that bottle, mix up a second one and refrigerate it. This way, you'll always have a supply of milk on hand. Rinse out the first container when it's empty and leave the cap off. Give it a quick rinse just before re-using.
I chose grocery bottles for storage as it satisfies a life-long habit of pouring milk from one.Read more ›
Comes in one big bag inside of a big box, so I transferred some to another container.
A word to the wise, though--don't buy this to save money on milk. It works out to about 40 cents more per gallon than I'm currently paying for fresh skim milk.
We're normally Braums Skim drinkers but with milk almost hitting 5 bux a gallon I hate buying 10 gallons/month when there's a possibility I can find powdered milk for less.
We will keep looking for a good dry milk but this isn't it.
We've got the equivalent of 10 gallons of this stuff so we're trying to figure out how to use it (I despise wasting stuff). So far here's the results:
Hot Chocolate: Drinkable, but cardboard taste is still heavy. The kids find it passable.
Bread Baking: Excellent. No funny taste. Guess the yeast and baking fix it.
Cat treat: Yeah, the cat drinks it. If all else fails, right?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Should have purchased locally - would have gotten a better price.Published 2 months ago by Andrew Jordan
A real bargain and a real convenience if your family drinks a lot of milk. And we particularly like this brand.Published 2 months ago by H. Johnson
This came in an enormous, kind of awkward bag. I guess I should have expected that, but it surprised me nonetheless. Read morePublished 4 months ago by IceCreamFiend
It is OK. The milk powder does not dissolve as easily as store brands we have bought in the past (just shaking well usually worked fine with those.) Even a hand wisk left lumps. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ruth Loew
Meh. I was disappointed. There are other dry milk products that mix much better with water, that are better sealed, and taste better.Published 6 months ago by Thomas G. Hanlin