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Milk in Bubble tea

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Milk in Bubble tea

Always wanted to ask this question but am finally posting now because I just went to pick up a bubble tea.

What type of milk do bubble tea places use? powder milk ?? Do any use 2% milk or real milk?

The bubble place tea I just went to , I saw them use powder milk which is a turn-off for me.

Anyone know if there are places that use milk instead of powder form? And are there health concerns if a place uses powder milk?
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You can use condensed milk.
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honggil wrote: The bubble place tea I just went to , I saw them use powder milk which is a turn-off for me.
Most places used powdered everything.

And are there health concerns if a place uses powder milk?
Not if it's real powdered milk and not some "dairy substitute"
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honggil wrote: And are there health concerns if a place uses powder milk?
Bubble tea is well known a drink made at least 90% with powder, and it's a well known unhealthy drink, especially for men.
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All the bubble tea places that I know use flavor powder milk
you can use real milk and make it yourself at home actually, just buy the tapioca pearls from Asian supermarkets

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