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From: Bryanna (NewVeggies.vegsource.com)
Subject:         Re: Condensed Milk - More help
Date: December 13, 2008 at 10:16 am PST

In Reply to: Re: Condensed Milk - More help posted by OzKat on December 13, 2008 at 4:05 am:

I won't ignore you, but I will say that if you go
out of your way to buy some soy isolate just for
this recipe, it keeps a long time, so you would
have it available just for this recipe. I assume
sweetened condensed milk is not something your use
often. (I use it maybe twice a year.) So, I would
not worry about a little soy isolate once in a
while. I assume that you won't consume the whole
recipe by yourself! (Soy protein isolate is not
the ideal food, but it is not the poison that some
make it out to be!)

If you still don't agree with me, you could try
using all soymilk powder, but I don't think it will
have the thickening qualities of the soy isolate.

The texture should be like a creamy syrup, medium
thick.

As for the margarine, even if it is expensive,only
1 tablespoon is required, so you could also save
the rest of it for special recipes by freezing it.

barring that, try using some cold-pressed corn oil
(but this is also quite expensive), which has a
slightly buttery flavor.

As for this being "healthy", it's a sweet treat,
and one I consider a rare one at that. At least it
won't be full of saturated fats and cholesterol.

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