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Drink for Babies - Differences Between Instant & Non-Instant Dry Milk

Updated on July 4, 2011

Milk is one kind of nutrition that plays a very important role within the human body. Babies and children, especially, are required to drink milk every day. In fact, even adults should consume milk daily as well. Babies and children alike are required to drink milk for the sake of their growth. Most of the adults, on the other hand, usually drink milk in order to make their bones stronger or at least as strong as they currently are. With that being said, it is clearly visible by now that milk plays a crucial role in people’s life, and, speaking of milk, people can usually choose from 2 types of milk to consume. These 2 types are the instant dry milk and the non-instant dry milk.

What Is Instant Dry Milk?

Instant dry milk – or what is often known as the powdered milk as well – is a kind of milk that is made during the process of producing the non-instant dry milk – or what is often known as the regular milk as well. However, though, it is also possible to produce the instant dry milk in a process that is separate from the production of the non-instant dry milk. In such a case, it will often be necessary to make use of some rather old processing equipments. Also, as the instant powdered milk is made from the regular milk with low to no fat, it may seem rather flaky or grainy at times.

What Is Non-Instant Dry Milk?

Non-instant dry milk has a good source of protein. In addition to that, it also has vitamin D and calcium inside it. However, when people consume this kind of milk, they may not really get the taste of milk they expect. This is because the flavor of such milk does not really taste as that of the pure milk. In addition to that, the non-instant dry milk often seems somehow rather powdery.

Similarities Between Instant & Non-Instant Dry Milk

There are some similarities between these two kinds of milk. They are both capable of offering protein, vitamin D and also calcium.

Differences Between Instant & Non-Instant Dry Milk

Yet, besides the similarities, there are often quite a few differences as well between the instant dry milk and the non-instant dry milk. For one, the instant dry milk may turn out to be more advantageous than the non-instant dry milk. This is because people can simply mix it with cold water, unlike the non-instant dry milk that requires warm water to serve. With that being said, people will need less time to serve the instant dry milk rather than the non-instant dry milk. This is often the reason why people often prefer the instant dry milk to the non-instant one. The other difference between the instant and the non-instant dry milk is often the price they are sold at. As it turns out, the instant powdered milk is usually more expensive than the non-instant powdered milk.

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