Easily use powdered milk and eggs in your baking.

Easily convert recipes to use powdered milk and eggs so any recipe can be a food storage recipe.

 

When I presented my demo for the Alison’s Pantry Food Show, I handed out conversion charts for powdered eggs and nonfat dry milk to easily convert them to larger amounts in recipes.  I forgot to post the link for these when I posted the other handouts. If you got a copy at the Food Show, you may want to print this color version anyway.  The egg chart is for Rainy Day Foods Powdered Whole Eggs.   I will also be posting a chart for other brands (the water amounts for reconstituting vary slightly).  Feel free to print these charts and copy them to put in the front of your cookbooks, or inside a cupboard door, or on a magnet on your refrigerator.  If you keep them handy, you’ll find it’s very easy to use food storage products in your everyday cooking. Enjoy!

Milk and Egg conversion charts

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5 Comments to “Free Food Storage Conversion Charts”

  1. Pam says:

    You have a very nice blog….so much great info.!

    Congrats on the Foodie Blogroll!

  2. Kim says:

    Thanks!

  3. Yesenia says:

    Hi!!
    I have a question and wanted to know if they can help. Not much English but I’ll try! Kellene Bishop I admire you for your great knowledge throughout this preparation. My question is if I make the cheese in wax as I keep it? As I pack? It has to be hot or cold wax to cover it?
    Thank you!

  4. Kim says:

    Hi Yesenia, I apologize, I haven’t made homemade cheese for storage, so I’m not able to advise on this.

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