I was doing my early morning breakfast cruise and ran across this post about the "Basics on Milk".
I check this site out regularly. It has good posts, put in a way that it is easy to understand.
Amanda is doing this as a way of magnifying her calling and is doing an excellent job as far as I am concerned! I have a similar calling and should do as well ! Any way, check it out for clear basic information on milk storage. Click HERE. The same basic apply to powdered milk.
For over fifty years, I have seemed to spend a lot of my time in the kitchen. First, it was the usual “helping Mommy” whether it was everyday meals or canning. Mom wasn’t really into cooking, so I had to create my own kitchen adventures. As the years went by, I enjoyed it more and more. Fortunately, my family have been pretty good sports about my experiments!
Canning fruit in Utah led to huge gardens as a wife and mother, canning meat when it was too good of a price to pass up . . . Oops! No freezer . . . DUH! Finding that these activities have blessed my family repeatedly led me to this point.
Life experiences, working in a church cannery for three years and serving as cannery specialist two times have brought me to the point of sharing what I have learned. The most important lesson being, keep an open mind and always be ready to learn from others. Be sure to check out the links I have in the side bar of the blog!!!