Powdered or dehydrated milk is obtained through the dehydration of pasteurized milk.
The result is a white powder that preserves the natural and characteristic nutritional properties of milk.
For its consumption, the powder must be previously dissolved in water.
This product is of great importance since, unlike liquid milk, it does not need to be kept cold and its shelf life is longer.
It has advantages because it is cheaper and much easier to store.
Despite having the same properties as natural milk, it never has the same flavour as fresh milk.
It can be bought in four basic types: whole, semi-skimmed, skimmed and lactose-free, as well as enriched with vitamins A and D.
Puff pastry: Croissant, pain au chocolat, etc.
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