Non-dairy creamer, of the powdered variety, it’s gross. As much of the stuff that has been manufactured over the decades, however, powdered cream must be filling a demand niche somewhere, the need-milk-like-substance-but-no-refrigeration niche, apparently.

Or, they could be foisting the stuff on us, somehow making a market where preferences are otherwise inclined. Whatever the reason for the popularity, if one must, one should choose a non-dairy creamer that at least begins with ingredients that are actual foodstuffs.

Native Forest Coconut Milk Powder starts with coconut milk, but then bastardizes it with the powdering process so it’s difficult to mix in, and somewhat sour, thus, C.