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Thank you. Hope they don't expire too soon as a quick sale. fingers cross
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Now $5.30 before tax after 5% S&S. For some reason the S&S didn't show up the first time I ordered so I canceled and reordered.
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What is this used for? Milkshakes?
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no tax on food
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this is probably the same stuff as Nestle' MILO
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Thanks OP!
I love this stuff but I can't justify paying the regular price.
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A couple of month back Amazon had the Breville ice cream maker on sale, one of my grail kitchen appliances.
The best ice cream recipe I have is malted milk ice cream, so good. I purchased for this receipe.
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Quote from shazzy
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What is this used for? Milkshakes?
This is for make a "malt". Very similar to a shake but in many people's opinions, malts are much better.

I agree that malt's are better, especially if you favor a plain vanilla shake. The flavor is deeper and richer.

People also use this stuff for other things, but that'd take a google search to see what else they do with it.
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A couple of month back Amazon had the Breville ice cream maker on sale, one of my grail kitchen appliances.
The best ice cream recipe I have is malted milk ice cream, so good. I purchased for this receipe.
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I'd love to have the recipe if you have a link!
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no tax on food
Depends on the state. I was charged 0.17 tax on the purchase.
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The powder lasts a lot longer than these will.

For you young-uns, malt was added to milk back in the old days to enhance the nutrition of milk. It has some extra protein and lots of vitamins/minerals. The original "instant breakfast".

It also causes the milk to stay in your stomach longer, which can reduce blood sugar spikes.

However this product doesn't list the vitamins and minerals that normally come in malted milk products.

https://www.stylecraze.com/articl...lk-powder/

Ovaltine seems to still have the nutrients, but carnations powder doesn't seem to have them.

https://www.amazon.com/Ovaltine-C...B001M050VQ
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