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Homemade Nesquik . . . Chocolate Milk Makes A Comeback

Nesquik has been around for as long as I can remember. I remember drinking it as a kid and my kids drank it when they were small as well. It can be a “parents best friend” when they are desperately trying to get their kids to drink milk…ANY milk.

Unfortunately, chocolate milk has been under siege the last few years by people complaining of too much sugar. I’m not encouraging the drinking of chocolate milk on a regular basis…but for an occasional treat…it’s a pretty good choice as far as “snack foods” go, especially when you consider studies that show a three-fourths of teens suffer from calcium deficiency.

And if you’re making your own out of 3 simple ingredients you already probably have in your pantry, you know exactly what you’re drinking.

(If you’re looking for a delicious chocolate drink you can serve hot, try my crockpot hot chocolate recipe, semi-homemade hot chocolate mix, or fun and yummy hot chocolate bombs!)

So here’s to a chocolate milk comeback! (within reason)  :-)

Homemade Nesquik Recipe

  • 2/3 C Sugar
  • 1/3 C Cocoa
  • Pinch of salt

Combine the three ingredients and store in a sealed container. That’s it! Crazy easy huh?? (I ended up tripling the recipe because I knew the single batch wasn’t going to last long in this house!)

FYI…I added about two tablespoons to this pint-sized mason jar…but I would add to your taste. I found you need a lot less than the commercial stuff!

Thanks to Sarah at Sugar Bananas for sharing this homemade version of a childhood favorite and for sharing a great tip for getting it to dissolve all the way in the cold milk.

One of the drawbacks to making chocolate milk with Nesquik is getting a smooth consistency. The powder tends to not want to “melt” in cold milk. (Pet Peeve #487). Sarah suggests putting a little bit of hot water (I just got it from the tap) in the bottom of a cup…adding the powder…swirling it or stirring it for a few seconds…and then adding the cold milk.

So I gave it a go and it worked brilliantly! Result: perfectly smooth, creamy and cold chocolate milk made from scratch!

Had No. 2 son give it a taste test and he gave it a very positive review! (Especially the “smooth” part.)  Then decided to do a taste test of my own…cuz momma needs a treat every now and then too! :-)

I also gave it two thumbs up! Really tasty! Of course it would also make a good hot cocoa….but I refuse to think about winter yet! :-)

A homemade glass of chocolate milk with a straw next to it.

Homemade Nesquik

Jill Nystul
Thanks to Sarah at Sugar Bananas for sharing this homemade version of a childhood favorite and for sharing a great tip for getting it to dissolve all the way in the cold milk.
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Course Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 8 Servings
Calories 72 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 2/3 C Sugar
  • 1/3 C Cocoa
  • Pinch of salt

Instructions
 

  • Combine the three ingredients and store in a sealed container.

Nutrition

Serving: 8servings (just mix without milk)Calories: 72kcalCarbohydrates: 18gPotassium: 54mgFiber: 1gSugar: 16gCalcium: 5mgIron: 0.5mg

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  • Love this recipe. I use Splenda in place of the sugar (follow directions for measuring on the package–it is more concentrated than the sugar) and it is wonderful. I measure out about a cup of the powder and add a cup of hot water to it. Mix well and store in a glass bottle in the refrigerator. My husband is a “milk-a-holic” and he finishes up the cup worth in a few days.

  • […] in my browsing of pinterest…I found this site. It talks about making homemade nesquick mix without all the artificial flavors, […]

  • Woah, seeing that much sugar being used makes my teeth cry just looking at it.

    I mean dont you think of your kids future at all when your pouring all that sugar into those jars? Dont you question it even a little bit when you’re spooning that mixture into the glass? Dont you question the judgement of a decision that basically puts raw sugar in a glass and adds water to it………you dont think there’s anything wrong with that? Your kids aren’t going to thank you when they’re into their 30’s and they have bad problems.

    I suffered from bad parenting too. Every friday night we used to have “sweet” night. Just one night out of the week where we would sit in front of the TV and eat sweets. One day a week. Bear in mind we’re not talking about drinking what is essentially watered sugar out of a glass, we were eating sweets, albeit once a week every day – not drinking sugar from a glass every day. Now bear that in mind as I tell you the next part.

    I’m 38 years old now and have none of my own teeth. My life is hell when it comes to eating and I have zero self confidence. Good luck with your decisions for your kids future.

  • I found this post about a year ago and since then have regularly made this. I use coconut sugar and do need hot water to dissolve the sugar and “bloom” the cocoa. It’s worth the exta step. I sometimes add a dribble of vanilla to the milk. Now, this is THE BEST if you make it breve. :-) (using half and half). Awesome.

    Lastly, this mixture makes a GREAT mocha base. I make iced mochas a lot at home by putting 2T powder in my glass, pouring two shots over, stirring to dissolve. I add half and half (since I like Breve) and ice. It’s delicious. Now I need to get myself another bottle of Starbucks peppermint syrup and I’m good to go.

  • […] Well, in my browsing of pinterest…I found this site. It talks about making homemade nesquick mix without all the artificial flavors, […]

  • I noticed some people asking if this has ever been made with Stevia. I use half sugar and half Stevia in the Raw. My kids and Hubs LOVE it, and I enjoy a glass myself now and then. My goal is to make it nearly all Stevia in the Raw, with a bit of Raw sugar just for the taste; I find if I ease my family into things it ends up “sticking” more so then switching the recipe all together. While I know Stevia in the Raw isn’t exactly “Organic” its still healthier then straight sugar.

  • So I just made this then took my cleaned out Hershey syrup container, filled about halfway with hot water and poured in mix with a funnel. Shook it up and put in fridge. Now it’s already smoothed and can go right into milk!

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  • This works great in my homemade hot chocolate recipe! I prefer it over using the Nesquick! It dissolves great when mixed with all the other ingredients in hot water!

  • […] oz box Nestle Nesquik (you could substitute the homemade Nesquik, I just haven’t tried it […]

  • A few nights ago my husband wanted to make chocolate shakes, but we had no chocolate syrup. Instead, he used our Nesquick with the vanilla ice cream and some half-and-half, since we were also out of milk! The shakes were delicious. Next time I’ll try the homemade version of Nesquick in our chocolate shakes. I’m sure it will be even better!

  • Love the recipe! Made just a single batch this evening and it was wonderful even the hubby liked it. We haven’t bought chocolate milk mix in such a long time and the kids will be so excited tomorrow when they get to have chocolate milk with breakfast!

  • Hey! I know this post was awhile ago but I wanted to say that I loved this! I did half stevia and half raw sugar for the sugar (I wasn’t sure how it would taste with one or the other so I decided to do half and half). I ran the mixture through my Magic Bullet because the raw sugar granules are huge, so I wasn’t sure how it would dissolve. I did the hot water trick and used almond milk instead of regular. I’m a runner and enjoy chocolate milk after workouts, so this works well! Thanks again!:)

  • If you put the dry mix in a blender, it’s will break down the sugar & salt to finer crystals & mix it at the same time. Then it would be easier to mix in milk. Or you could substitute powdered sugar – but be sure to adjust the measurements because you’ll need less powdered sugar.

  • my son loves this mix in his soy and almond milk, i cant get him to drink soy milk plain, almond milk i can but if i mix this in the soy he will drink it np

  • Thank you Jillee for sharing this delicious homemade recipe! I definitely taste a difference: smoother, more chocolate-y, a little sweet (yet one can combat that by just adding more cocoa powder!). The tip– using hot tap water–was very useful! I enjoy the fact that there are only 3 natural ingredients (no additives of any kind!). Amazing! =D

  • Hmm……i like it.I’m gonna try this out.Too simple & easy.Sounds tasty too……..Thanks Jillee for this wonderful recipe.Keep writing.

  • I turned this into a nutritious drink for my kids by making the following alterations:

    To a single recipe, added a single dose of powdered children’s vitamins from the health food store and 2 Tbsp of whey protein powder, also from health food store.

    This is perfect for my kids. We are vegetarians and this gives just one more way of making sure they get enough protein each day.

  • Just made this for my girls (and hubby) for lunch! I poured the milk into quart canning jar then added the mix and screwed the lid on, but it would not blend. It was then that I saw your note about the hot water! Too late for me! But, I had another idea. I have read that you can use canning jars with your blender, so I screwed on the blender blades, put it on the blender and just like that had creamy (even a little frothy!) delicious homemade chocolate milk! My hubby and girls loved it!! Thanks so much!

  • Thank you so much for sharing this! My son loves chocolate milk and I went to buy him Nesquik a few weeks back and when I looked at the ingredients, I just couldn’t do it. My husband and sons will all be very happy about this!

  • […] Frugal Accomplishments: *Used a coupon for free rotisserie chicken and 2 free boxes of cookies at Sam’s Club from a Living Social deal. *Made homemade Nesquik. Yummy! Found the recipe on One Good Thing’s blog. […]

  • This is ab-fab! We ran out of Nesquik, and I had previously pinned your recipe. I went straight to your recipe (… it was a lifesaver). Thank you very much the recipe!

  • This sounds so simple and delicious; I can hardly wait to try it!
    Thanks for sharing your recipe.

    However, I can’t help but mention pet peeve #488:

    The powdered mix does not “melt” into the milk; it dissolves. ;)

  • When I use this recipe I add 1 tablespoon of dry milk powder to the cup and then add water, not milk. Tastes fine to my family. Hot water makes the milk and cocoa dissolve faster but cold water works also.

  • This sounds pretty good, but I have a 4 y/o brother and chocolate milk is the only place he gets any nutrients, the only thing he eats are chips, and I mean literally the ONLY thing, he would rather just starve than eat anything else, so the vitamins that are in nesquick are all he really has

  • To make Hot Chocolate mix;
    Use equal parts “Nesquik” mix and nonfat powdered milk.
    Some replace a quarter of the milk with powdered Coffeemate.

    For an interesting twist, a little instant coffee is very good.
    note: I use powdered sugar instead of granules.

  • Thanks for the recipe! My kids drink crazy amounts of ovaltine which has white sugar and artificial coloring and preservatives. I did NOT save money making this. I bought organic raw sugar and organic raw cacao ($13 /1 lb ouch). It was so delicious and a little bit goes a long way!

  • Ha ha ha! I just made this and THEN read the hint about warm water. I was so sad that it was so grainy, but it sure did taste good! Thanks for the advice that I failed to read the first time! Two thumbs way up!

  • When my kids were small, I often added koolaid powder and sugar to their milk, and some of them like the orange, thickend the milk. They loved it.

    Another thing I did was add food coloring to my home made bread. I’d take out part of the ‘sponge stage’ to color, and they brought sandwiches of pink, yellow, blue and green to school.

    Just thought I’d share – this was in the 60’s

  • I suggest whirring that lovely mixture up in a food processor for a bit…. it makes the parts very small which makes them easier to dissolve in your liquid. In fact you might not need to add the hot water to dissolve it…
    :)

  • For everyone who is wondering if it has less sugar than nesquik; it definitely does. I did the math, and Nesquick containers that are ~19 servings has ~1 1/3 cups of sugar in it. And this is for the 25% less sugar kind! This recipe on has 2/3c for ~ 16 servings. Plus you know all of the ingredients going in a homemade recipe.

  • Oh my, don’t use the hot water from the tap. That hot water tank is the perfect place to grow lots of bacteria. Mostly not awful on the outside, and killed by the detergents and soaps that we used to clean ourselves. However, ingesting it can sometimes cause really upset stomachs if you are in a reduced immunity condition, which all of us are at some points. Better to heat the water on the stove, and if you are in a hurry use a microwave (I’m not sure how safe those are, lol.) I use my clean electric pot.

  • I’ve just worked out how much would cost (in UK) this homemade chocolate drink instead of Nesquik ;)

    Nesquik 300g = £1.95
    Homemade (with Hershey’s cocoa) = £0.99

    Sometimes I’m extremely curious how much exactly I can save ;)

  • I’m really curious about Calcium and it’s affects in an American diet, do you have any references for the fact you stated that 3/4 of teens suffer from calcium deficiency? Thanks!

    Great recipe :) That’s my favorite way to make hot chocolate too, although I often will leave out much of the sugar since I prefer my drinks not very sweet.

  • You don’t need to use the hot water to get the smooth consistency. I just add a couple drops of milk at a time, stirring it up until it’s a syrupy consistency, then add the rest of the milk slowly while stirring, works great every time and its not “watered” down.

  • Tried this recipe and loved it! Then I tired a variation that I usually use for hot chocolate. Take out 1/4 up of sugar, then add a small amount, about a tablespoon, of French Vanilla coffee creamer (such as “International Delight” or “Coffee Mate”) to the cold milk. Adds vanilla flavor and makes chocolate milk extra creamy!

  • Tried this recipe and loved it! Then I tired a variation that I usually use for hot chocolate. Take out 1/4 up of sugar, then add a French Vanilla coffee creamer (such as “International Delight” or “Coffee Mate”) to the cold milk. Adds vanilla flavor and makes chocolate milk extra creamy!

  • Thanks, Jillee for this recipe. I just received an email from Nesquick regarding a recall. Initial panic hit, but relief soon came as I realized I had made my own via your recipe! My boys love it, Thanks!

  • I just made this and YUMMY! I blended my dry mix up in my Vitamix to get a finer powder hoping it would dissolve easier in the cold milk. It didn’t. lol However, doing the tiny amount of hot water at the bottom of my mug and dissolving the mix in that first worked perfectly. It’s a little more work but definitely worth it not to have all the “junk” that’s in the commercial mixes. My 3 yr. old is happily sipping away and so am I! Thanks so much for sharing!

  • Dang, I just gave this a try and I definitely didn’t have success dissolving this for cold chocolate milk. I even tried the hot water method for my second cup. I still had chunks of cocoa floating around and sugar in the bottom. I’m sure I’ll have better luck making hot chocolate with the rest of my batch. Maybe the problem is that my husband is an Ovaltine snob and therefore I’ve become an Ovaltine snob. That powder just melts into cold milk without even stirring. Mmmm… good stuff. Now if only it wasn’t so expensive! :)

    • Try blending up the ingredients in a blender or food processor to make them more powdery and make sure your water is HOT HOT. To get an ovaltine variation, add some malt.

  • This is the best nesquik and hot cocoa mix ever!! I ground the sugar, cocoa and salt in a food processor like someone else mentioned and it works fabulously. I’ve also tried it for a hot cocoa mix and love it… 1 mug of warm milk & mix in 3 tablespoons of the mix plus a splash of vanilla extract and voila! Homemade 1 mug hot cocoa! Thank you SO MUCH for sharing this recipe!

  • I do find it necessary to mix the powder with a tiny bit of hot water first, if making cold chocolate milk. And I tried adding 1/3 cup of powdered non-dairy creamer and found that it had a little more of that ‘Nesquik’ taste that I was looking for. Love how easy and cheap this is – definitely won’t be buying Nesquik anymore!

  • I have made this with xylitol and it’s great. It’s also a good way to slowly introduce xylitol into your body so that you get used to it and can use it on a regular basis without “stomach/bowel” issues. I never had that reaction from xylitol. I want to try making it with stevia and erythritol next. Has anyone tried making this in the hot cocoa version with water instead of milk? I know, not as creamy good but I do like hot chocolate sometimes with water, especially when on a diet or watching calorie intake. Might have to try that too…

  • I have a battery operated frother (mini-whip) that I use to stir any kind of powder into drinks. Makes short work of Nesquik, instant coffee, etc., even into cold milk. My favorite kitchen gadget!
    On another note, I usually add a small pinch of instant coffee to my chocolate milk for a rich dark chocolate taste. Yum!

  • Wonderful. It’s my pm hot chocolate. You can change the deepth of chocolate flavor by the type of cocco used. Too bad about the calcium…… “Forget about it!…..” Take a sublingual supplement. :)

  • I just tried this and my very picky 11 year old loved it … claimed it was better than Nestle or Hershey’s. :)
    I did add a tiny bit of hot tap water to dissolve before adding the milk, and had no issue with it not mixing or any settling to the bottom.

    Thank you!!

  • Oh my goodness this is going to save me some money. I make homemade hot cocoa mix and it calls for the Nesquik. My kids go through the hot cocoa mix so fast this is going to make my life so much easier. Thank you tons.

  • YUM! Just made this (While the kids are in school).. Tried the hot water in the bottom of my cup (worked perfectly) added about 1 1/2 tbsp of mix to my mason glass stirred it into the hot water and then topped it with cold milk. This is delicious! SO much cheaper than buying cocoa or nesquick from the store! I am only made 1 batch to make sure we would like it but if I love it this much I know my kids will as well. Thank you!

  • Can’t count calcium. The calcium joins with the cocoa and makes it useless as calcium. My dad is a doctor and apparently that has been in medical journals for years.

    • There is oxalic acid in chocolate that binds to the calcium in milk that prevents it from being absorbed into the body. However……..there is WAY more calcium in milk than there is oxalate in chocolate, so there is plenty of calcium left over for your body to absorb.

  • This was wonderful thank you!!! One tablespoon was perfect for a mug. You could even heat it up for hot chocolate. So happy to have a better alternative to powder packets!

  • Thank you Jillee for the recipe. I work out often and my instructor says that chocolate milk is one of the best things to drink after weight training. I will take your recipe and sub it with xylitol. Yum!

  • I tried this with the hot water. Kids loved it. I tried it again without hot water, (at kids’ urging) and I stirred and stirred and stirred and couldn’t get it to dissolve. With water from now on. I was going to use someone’s recipe above, but looked like an awful lot of sugar (1/2 c powdered and 1 1/2 c regular). So, we’ll just stick with the hot water method. Maybe I’ll try adding in some powdered milk for some extra vitamins. We usually use ovaltine, but I’m all in favor of making it myself if I can.

  • YUM!!! I am sipping away at my home made hot chocolate as I write this. My daughter has been begging for chocolate milk but I normally don’t buy it (too much sugar and who knows what else is in there). Had everything in the pantry and even used my home made vanilla sugar. Tastes great and I am sure we will be adding this to our regular staple of treats. Thanks again Jillee for one more thing!

  • now, i am angry. got excited made a triple batch and… I. HAVE. NO. MILK. ahhhhh!!!!! small town stores close at 8 and the closest open store is 25 miles round trip! ahhhhh!!!!!

  • I grew up on this… My parents didn’t have much money and I figured this out on my own in desperation for chocolate milk. Added to hot water it becomes cocoa….. Add some marshmallow cream and yummmmmm

  • If you live in an older home do not use hot tap water to help make this easier to mix. Doing so may add lead into this drink. Better to microwave cold tap water (run water for about 30seconds to clear any lead reside that your last use of faucet) for 15 seconds to warm.

  • I can’t get my 2 year old to drink anything BUT chocolate milk. (he only gets enough to give it flavor, which in most cases it’s usually still white) I’m glad i found both this and the one for the hershey’s syrup. I feel better knowing i control how much sugar is going in and there’s not all kinds of wierdo chemically preservative goodness going on in his little body

  • I notice that there is a slight cinnamon taste to the Nesquik. Anybody care to figure out how much to add to the homemade recipe? When You say a pinch, Jillee, do you mean 1/8 or 1/4 tsp? I have a set of spoons that actually have the measurements for dash, pinch and smidgen. The dash is 1/4, the pinch is 1/8, and of course the smidgen is 1/16. I just wanted to clarify. Thanks! =)

  • Jillee…I was reading back over your article and caught the line where you said it would make good hot chocolate but that you refuse to think about winter….lol…I live in East Texas and that’s all I can think about some days!

  • I have been doing a similar recipe for years, 2/3 dark cocoa:1/3 sugar (without the salt). I mix a tablespoon into my morning coffee to make it into a mocha…delicious! I will have to try the cold version sometime!

    • I saw this suggestion and tried it. SO good! I even use it to make instant coffee palatable! It is actually very good even in instant – makes it smooth! This is a really great replacement for those flavored instant coffees!

      • You would think that you could add a 1/4 cup of instant coffee powder to the recipe.
        I like to buy the pre made instant French vanilla cappacino just add water and throw it in my coffee pot with a filter.

  • I made this last night and it was a hit! So yummy!! I have a small glass of chocolate milk every night to satisfy a big sweet tooth and add some calcium to my day. I must say this was divine!! Thanks for sharing. My grocery budget and I couldn’t be happier Jillee!!

    • Debbie! I had completely forgotten about that! I used to do the same exact thing. :-) There’s just something about the two together. OK…must revisit. lol. thx for the memory!

      • Debbie and Jillee that is so cool! I had totally forgotten about doing the same thing. I must show my Granddaughter how to do this. Wish I had ice cream in the house :( I am now craving this!

  • Thanks for the recipe. I’ll be using it as soon as we empty the two containers that we have in the cabinet. I bought one today without realizing that we already had a spare.

    • I wonder if you could melt strawberry jelly and mix with milk? Or use strawberry Kool-Aid or Jell-O. Could be time for an experiment! There are also a lot of recipes for strawberry milk made with fresh strawberries.

      • I think the entire point of this recipe is to avoid the chemicals, artificial flavor and color. Using kool-aid or jello would entirely defeat the purpose. Those are two of the last things you’d want to put in your body!

      • Great idea Lisa..but I think the jelly would not mix well, from previous experiments:) Maybe the kool-aid or jello-o since they are powdered. Part of being a great mommy is providing those special treats for your little one. SO sweet of you to ask for ideas on this one! Shows you are desiring to please your little girl.

        Visiting from Pint-sized Treasures

      • The Sneaky Chef has recipes for fruity milks – make a syrup from the berry. It’s concentrated. My kiddos liked it.

  • OK this is definitely not what I needed to see this morning. Very proud that I managed to lose 3lbs and now I see this, and of course there is no ‘no trying it”. ;-)

  • So glad to see this recipe- just saw the price of Nesquik has gone up in the store and told my husband no more chocolate milk for us! Now I can just make our own! Good news for my son who has flavored milk every evening before bed. He is 4, and is on a liquid medicine that is very bitter. We have found that it is easier for him to take if he swallows the medicine, and has the milk right after. Whatever works, right?

  • You can use stevia or Truvia ( if you buy the stevia from I herb in the 5 lb bag). It tastes just like sugar, comes from a plant and has no side effects. We love it in all our drinks!

  • Did I miss the amount of “Nesquik” per glass? I know the glass sizes vary but on average…say for the Mason jar in the photo? We LOVE chocolate milk at our house, too!

    Thanks,
    Dana

    • Oops….forgot to mention that part. I updated the post.
      I added about two level tablespoons to this pint-sized mason jar…but I would add to your taste. I found you need a lot less than the commercial stuff!

  • Seriously! Homemade Nesquick! My husband makes me buy the stuff in the giant container and I am always complaining about it. I’m going to try a small batch and see if he notices any difference but I have to do it on the sly. He is brand crazy.
    I’ve got to tell you, I am loving this site and glad I’m following you on facebook because you surprise me with the stuff you come up with. Thanks

  • Has anyone given this a try with splenda (?) — The original recipe has so much sugar :( – Just wondering if someone has figured out the ratios. :)

  • I LOVE this recipe! Thanks for sharing. My hubby loves Nesquik but it is so dang high at the store. I am going to make him a batch and surprise him with a big glass this afternoon :)

  • we made something like this when we were starving college students, pretty sure we just added a tiny bit of cocoa and a little sugar but we also added a drop of vanilla right in the glass. Really good. I might whip up a batch of this i have a big chocolate milk drinker in my house.

      • Vanilla would add a lovely flavor to the chocolate milk mix! I am going to try this with some vanilla sugar. Great idea, ladies.

  • I was raised in the country back in the 60’s and most everything was made from “scratch”. We had hot chocolate almost every morning before school, except we called it cocoa and Mother made it using one spoon of Hershey’s cocoa powder, three spoons of sugar, she then filled the cup almost up with boiling water and finished it off with a generous dollop of canned milk. Just an idea for those who might want to get away from the packaged hot chocolate.

  • I have tried this version along with a few others. I have problems getting it to dissolve. I finally tried: 1/2 cup powdered milk; 1/2 cup powdered sugar; 1/2 cup cocoa; and 1 and 1/2 cup sugar. I put it in my food processor until its ground up fine. Store it in a glass jar. I just use 1 tbsp per glass of milk. It doesn’t clump up, the sugar doesn’t just fall to the bottom of the glass and it all mixes up easily.

  • I wonder how well it would work with a sugar/stevia blend to healthy it up some. Now to think of a good way to smuggle in some vitamins like Nesquik does :)

    • You can buy liquid vitamins- Vitamin D is readily available in most places that carry health products. But health food stores carry a wide variety of liquid vities and minerals

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