Milk that has had most of the water content removed, reducing it to a dry powder form. Dry whole milk must be refrigerated because its high fat content is susceptible to spoilage if not refrigerated. Nonfat dry milk however, does not require refrigeration and can be stored in a cool, dry place. Both types of dry milk require only water to be reconstituted into liquid milk. This milk is also referred to as powdered milk.
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