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Yes, Jan it does cool down at night. I think the low tonight will be 65. I haven't run out of Carnation Dry Milk powder yet. I can't remember the brand name that I saw at the commissary. I did have a Safeway brand last year in the winter when Carnation was not available and I won't buy that one again. I will try putting it in my coffee grinder and see if that makes it dissolve better. It is a little one so won't hold much at a time. A mortar and pedestal would probably work too. Or even put the darn stuff in a plastic bag and use a rolling pin over it. That was my problem that it was lumpy.
Edited by: ANNINSD at: 7/20/2009 (22:00)
Ann in San Diego
Ann, Does it cool off during the evening? I have also heard ICBINB stick is good. Forgot to look for it when I was at the store this morning. I'm feeling stuck about a lot of JoAnna desserts without good powdered milk. I did have some Bob's Red Mill nonfat powdered milk but it's a bit difficult to mix. I'm on a list at Amazon to let me know when Carnation pwd. milk is available.
I got some housecleaning done today and then had lunch with a friend. The young woman who owns the little cafe goes to WW so she told me about a low point wrap she is making - it was delicious! While I was there three other ladies from WW came in for lunch.
DH and I are going out for a walk.
Pacific NW Time Zone PDT
90 again today and suppose to continue all week. Darn why did we decide to stay home this summer. I guess we'll survive. I have five fans going and I think there is another one in the garage I could bring in.
I got grocery shopping done this morning and it was hotter at the Marine base than at home. Not that far away but a little more inland.
I read in the paper the other day that ICBINB Stick works well for baking cookies and cakes. It was not an ad of theirs either. Just an article about low fat baking.
Ann in San Diego