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Looking For Lactose Free Powdered (Dry) Milk And Powder Buttermilk
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I just got a new Bette Hagman cookbook and her biscuit mix and cream soup base call for powdered buttermilk and powdered/dry milk. I need products that are lactose free but I can't have corn and/or soy based products. Anyone know of products I can use? Thank you for any help.

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I just got a new Bette Hagman cookbook and her biscuit mix and cream soup base call for powdered buttermilk and powdered/dry milk. I need products that are lactose free but I can't have corn and/or soy based products. Anyone know of products I can use? Thank you for any help.

This thread might have some ideas:

http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/index.php?showtopic=16679&mode=threaded

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I just got a new Bette Hagman cookbook and her biscuit mix and cream soup base call for powdered buttermilk and powdered/dry milk. I need products that are lactose free but I can't have corn and/or soy based products. Anyone know of products I can use? Thank you for any help.

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There are some great coconut products which can be used in place of dairy. Powdered coconut or coconut cream both come to mind. Highest quality I'm aware of is at www.coconutoil-online.com. There are others of course. Though I haven't tried it, I think coconut flour should work fairly well. It absorbs a lot of water, and is wonderful for baking.

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I have a container of Better Than Milk Rice (Vanilla) mix that I use on occasion. It lists Maltodextrine (from corn) as an ingredient,also food starch-modified (from corn) so this product would not be something that you could use. It does not mix well at all....I mix it up a day before I need to use it because it tastes better very cold. I use a blender, and also mix it up again just before using it. It has a slight coconut taste to it.I do not know how this would work out when used as a powder....it has small pieces of rice in it.Perhaps the original mix does not contain corn.

I prefer Vance's Dairy Free (www.dairfree.info ) which I order on-line because no one seems to carry it, even health food stores. It contains maltodextrin (from potatoes), and is gluten,casein,fat,soy,rice,msg,protein,cholesterol free.It mixes up very nicely, if you are using it as a liquid. A container lasts a long time,and I order 6 containers of it because of the shipping cost. The delivery was very fast. I've only used it as a powder in a recipe that specifically called for powdered milk, and it worked well.I have the original flavor, which does not contain corn.The advertising does not say it is lactose free,but I'm severely lactose/casein intolerant, and this product definitely is lactose/casein free.

They are now advertising free shipping on smaller travel packets of their products....great for a first time user to try.

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In response to my inquiries to the US distributor for valio, a company in Finland that sells lactose-free powdered milk, I just got this email:

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At the moment Valio sells Valio Zero LactoseTM SMP lactose free skimmed milk powder and Valio Zero LactoseTM WMP lactose free whole milk powder only to industrial clients globally. In case of consumer packages Valio Zero LactoseTM SMP lactose free skimmed milk powder is available for worldwide mail orders in a convenient 400g retail package in an independent webstore Suomikauppa.fi (www.suomikauppa.fi/en). This webstore is not part of Valio Ltd, but we are glad to direct you to go shopping there.

You can find the product through direct link: http://www.suomikauppa.fi/product_info.php?language=en&products_id=3974

Valio Zero LactoseTM SMP is lactose free dried milk produced using Valio

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I've seen powdered coconut milk somewhere.

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