My grandmother retired and moved to Mexico LONG before I was ever born. I loved going to visit her there, and one of the things I remember very vividly was how DELICIOUS the milk in Mexico was!
She stored it in her pantry, without refrigeration, until it was needed. I've heard it called, "irradiated milk
", "long-life milk
", and "shelf stable milk
", but I've never seen it for sale in American markets and I can't find a place that sells it online.
This is not evaporated or condensed milk. It is a completely different product, usually sold in one of those soft-sided cardboard containers, like the ones in which rice-dream, soy-licous, or almond milk are sold (click here to see an example
If anyone knows of a place to pick this up, I'd like to hear about it.