When you’re using sweetened condensed milk a little at a time—perhaps you’re making Vietnamese café sua da—buying it in a 14-ounce can will ensure that most of the delicious milk syrup tastes like stale fridge mixed with can by day three. kobetobiko has seen Nestlé sweetened condensed milk packaged in a much more practical plastic squeeze tube, although it’s hard to find in the United States. If you can’t find sweetened condensed milk packaged in a squeeze bottle, buy a can and repackage it yourself. paulj pours it into an agave syrup bottle from Trader Joe’s, and Hungry Celeste recommends using a honey-bear squeeze bottle. “Because of the high sugar content, it will keep well in the fridge for several weeks,” says Hungry Celeste. “Having it in a squeeze bottle makes it easier to put into a glass when making café sua da, too.”

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