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Can you make mashed potato without milk?

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  • Can you make mashed potato without milk?

    I want shephards pie for tea but there is no milk for the mash and no money to go to the shop. I have cream (possibly) and butter. Is it possible?
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    i never use milk, just butter, maybe sometimes add some cream, if i run out of both then i use veg oil but not a lot. milk makes it too runny i find
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    • #3
      Originally posted by VinylVicky
      i never use milk, just butter, maybe sometimes add some cream, if i run out of both then i use veg oil but not a lot. milk makes it too runny i find
      I never use milk, just LOADS of butter
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      • #4
        i use milk sometimes, but its fine without.
        cream would be a bit decadent.

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        • #5
          Yes u can.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by VinylVicky
            i never use milk, just butter, maybe sometimes add some cream, if i run out of both then i use veg oil but not a lot. milk makes it too runny i find
            I tell a lie, I sometimes use milk if the potatoes are a bit dry....but if you only have butter and they are dry, try adding a small amount of water
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            • #7
              We never, ever use milk. Just margarine.

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              • #8
                I love lots of butter in mine.
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                • #9
                  ah i love them really creamy so use milk. thank you all
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                  • #10
                    i always use milk. so if you don't have any, but have cream then i would use a bit of that

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                    • #11
                      I only use butter. Sometimes a little olive oil
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