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posted by y912f .
what is a good alternative to evaporated milk?
i need to use it in a bread, and i don't have it
is it ok if i just use regular milk?
thanks

If you use regular milk, you'll need to boil it to get rid of about half of the water.
http://www.ochef.com/664.htm 
Correction  SIMMER not boil the milk.

I would use milk, and add enough additional flour to kneed properly.
Evap milk substitute: 2/3 cup powerdered milk, 1/2 C water. 
oh, thanks guys..i just looked back at this post today..way after i already made the bread
but thanks for these great tips. i'll remember them next time
p.s. the bread turned out very good with just regular milk
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