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Old Tue, May-12-09, 22:58
Cannonball Cannonball is offline
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Birgit's Not-Milk is really good too. I save those glass jars that have blue cheese dressing in them from Costco, they look like the old time milk jugs. I put this milk in it and when it gets very cold the next day, it's great. I will try yours and see if I like it as well. Thanks Carolyn
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Not-Milk

Makes just over 1 cup
Ingredients:
1 tbsp CMF unflavored whey protein isolate
1 tbsp buttermilk powder
1/4 tsp splenda
2 tbsp whipping cream
1 cup water

Preparation:
Mix dry ingredients and whisk vigorously into the water until everything is dissolved. Chill and use like regular milk. Shake before each use.

Nutritional Information: 0.5 carbs, 11g protein

* The taste turns out most like milk with the above ingredients. Substituting different ingredients may yield different result!

To me this tastes just like regular Milk when chilled.

I get the best "real milk" taste with the CFM whey protein isolate from the protein factory but you may well find a local substitution that works for you like the Now brand from netrition.
Debbie.........



found this on another forum and I'm trying to figure out how to make this! any ideas?? I don't know where or what the two main ingredients are.. where would i get them?

http://www.lowcarbfriends.com/bbs/l...ml#post10177441

Last edited by Rosebud : Tue, May-12-09 at 23:33. Reason: Just fixing the link for you.
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Old Tue, May-12-09, 23:02
Cannonball Cannonball is offline
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also looking for other low carb milk recipes
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Old Fri, May-15-09, 13:50
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CMF is a brand of unflavored whey protein. Buttermilk powder is dried, cultured buttermilk - usually found in the baking aisle. Not all supermarkets carry it, though.

For other LC milk products, have you looked at nut milks? Almond Breeze is popular, but be sure to get the unsweetened kind.
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Old Sat, Aug-08-09, 07:51
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Thanks a ton for posting this recipe from LCF. I cut the buttermilk powder in half (too sour tasting), added tablespoon of calcium caseinate, and doubled the cream. Whee! Great lattes again, and wonderful chocolate milk without the beany or nutty taste. It's so close to tasting like milk that I don't miss Calorie Countdown -- used to be Carb Countdown -- anymore at all.
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