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Is there such a thing as powdered soy milk?

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clazar123

Is there such a thing as powdered soy milk?

I have a recipe that asks for powdered low fat milk (1 cup). It is a recipe for a dry cream soup mix that I am trying to convert  to non-dairy. For a liquid recipe, I would just use soy or nut milk and I could do it on the back end when I recon'stitue it but I really want to have the"cream" be in the dry mix.


SO, is there a such a thing as a dry soy milk powder or even a dry nut powder that would work?


The recipe is as follows:


CREAM SOUP DRY MIX


1 c powdered lowfat milk powder


3/4 c cornstarch


1/4 c crushed instant chicken boullion cubes (I'm going for the lower sodium variety)


2 tbsp dried onion flakes


1 tsp dried basil


1 tsp dried thyme


1/2 tsp pepper


1 can reconstituted cream soup = 1/3 dry mix + 1 1/4 c cold water.Cook until thick.


1 batch dry mix yields 9 c reconstituted canned soup with 905 mg sodium/serving if made as written (that's why I might try to reduce by using low sodium buillion)


 


 

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mrfrost

Shop around(web searches). It's out there.


Instant soy milk powder:


http://www.webvitamins.com/product.aspx?id=29345


For local options, begin scoutings health food stores, health sections in grocery stores. Who knows, maybe you'll luck into some in the regular grocery isle somewhere.

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LindyD

Amazon carries it (what doesn't Amazon sell?).   


Using a Google search, I found it listed at a number of sites.


I agree that your local health food store or organic food co-op are good places to start looking.  Maybe even the baby food section of your local supermarket.

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althetrainer

I see it in a few health food stores.  You can usually find it by the non-instant and skim milk powder, in the bulk section.  Al


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vyapti

I buy it in the bulk section of my grocery store.