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looking for a non-dairy dry milk powder substitute. anyone know of one?

--matt

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You can get dry soy milk, or some powdered baby formula.

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no problem B)

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You can use powdered Ensure or Coffee Mate. And if you are baking, you can substitute almond meal for the dairy.

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I looked for an online milk substitute that was not soy based and came up with Vances Foods "DariFree"

found at http://www.vancesfoods.com/. I have been happy with it, especially since I had not had any luck find anything locally. You can check this out and see if it is something you might be interested in.

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The coffee-mate types things I have looked at all have dairy in some form. Have you found one that doesn't?

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looking for a non-dairy dry milk powder substitute. anyone know of one?

--matt

Vance's DariFree is the best. Been using it for all my non-dairy milk needs. Im lucky, my wife even invented a non-dairy ice cream from it. We found it at a local health food store, but you can also buy online at stores like Miss Robens or direct from the company.

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I use almond meal to sub for powdered milk. It's non-dairy, and adds the protein that the powdered milk provides. So far it's worked quite well. I'd use Vance's, but it contains corn and that's a no no for me.

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There is free shipping on smaller travel sizes

I get the bulk box of DariFree directly from Vance

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Vances 'Darifree' is available from the Gluten Free Mall on this Forum

just go to the top of the page and click on Gluten Free Mall.

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David

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Vances 'Darifree' is available from the Gluten Free Mall on this Forum

just go to the top of the page and click on Gluten Free Mall.

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Best Regards,

David

I find that is very sweet and not at all good in savory dishes. Fine for sweets though. I have recently ordered a rice milk powder online but haven't tried it yet.

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I find that is very sweet and not at all good in savory dishes. Fine for sweets though. I have recently ordered a rice milk powder online but haven't tried it yet.

Julie, please let us know if the rice milk powder is good. I agree with you. The DariFree is good for baking and hiding in smoothies, but I usually thicken chicken stock or beef stock for the savory dishes.

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Julie, please let us know if the rice milk powder is good. I agree with you. The DariFree is good for baking and hiding in smoothies, but I usually thicken chicken stock or beef stock for the savory dishes.

I am not hopeful. I read some reviews on (Company Name Removed - They Spammed This Forum and are Banned) and people are saying it's really sweet too. Like you, I use broth, or sometimes plain rice milk that is not a powder.

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