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Old 19-11-2003, 02:08 AM
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Default frothing milk with plunge/press pot ?

I bought a moka pot today to make "the poor mans pseudo expresso". And we
have a stainless steel milk frothing pitcher (like a press pot with a
strainer on a central shaft) to froth up heated milk to try & make latte or
au lait or cappuccino.....any tips on how to do the milk (temp etc)
appreciated. I read somewhere (on a ng) that adding a tablespoon of
powdered skim milk helps ?

thanks







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Old 19-11-2003, 06:33 PM
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I bought a moka pot today to make "the poor mans pseudo expresso". And we
have a stainless steel milk frothing pitcher (like a press pot with a
strainer on a central shaft) to froth up heated milk to try & make latte

or
au lait or cappuccino.....any tips on how to do the milk (temp etc)
appreciated. I read somewhere (on a ng) that adding a tablespoon of
powdered skim milk helps ?

thanks


Read he http://www.aerolatte.biz/infrotherl.html

For temperatures and fat content etc. Usually 145 to 150 degrees no more.

Dimitri





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