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Did you know? Victorian Londoners were more accustomed to powdered milk than real milk, as farms were only outside the city. Cows were rare in the city, and the science of making milk last longer without souring during transportation, was a new invention. The powdered milk, however, is debatable whatever or not much of it was made of real milk or calcium at all. You did mix it with water though!