One thing that I have found is that many people are storing lots of long-term storage food and never trying them. A good example is butter powder. Everybody assumes that it will taste like normal butter. Well the truth is that there are some tricks to using it and the taste is not always exactly the same. For instance, butter powder is unsalted.
The butter powder we use and how to mix it.
Here is a video showing the way we mix our butter powder.
Baking with butter powder
Powder butter can be used to replace butter in a 1-1 ratio in most baking recipes. If you have a recipe that calls for 1/4 cup of butter, you would substitute 1/4 cup of powder butter and 1/4 cup of water. You do not need to mix them together first. It works best to mix the butter powder in with the dry ingredients, and the water in with the wet ingredients in your recipe.
Will My Recipes taste the same?
Probably not powdered butter tends to make things turn out a little lighter and fluffier. You need to try the brand of butter powder you are purchasing to make sure you like it and learn how best to use it.
Can I spread butter powder on bread?
Yes, but you may want to vary the mixture slightly to get a consistence that you like. Adding a small amount of salt may make it taste more like fresh butter.
Can I Use Powdered Butter to Fry Foods?
No, powder butter will not melt like regular butter so it will not work in recipes calling for melted butter to fry your foods.
Whatever foods you are storing you need to try them now and make sure, they work for you. Different brands vary in storage life and taste. Every brand has a few tricks that improve their taste. Whether it is butter powder or some other food, if you are storing it you need to try it.