I came across these two types of dry powdered whey, which is more appropriate to use?
Whey Protein Concentrate is a high quality,complete protein with all of the essential amino acids.
Whey (Sweet Dairy) is a by-product of cheese making. Whey imparts a slightly sweet flavor, and is an excellent source of complete protein.
Should I suppose that casein and Sweet Dairy Whey are the same thing?
And what about this quote from an old post a couple of years ago?
"I think I'd have to take a pass on whey powder. Assuming the solids don't disrupt the digestion of your bees, what is the SOURCE of the whey? Soy proteins? Milk proteins? If soy, your bees may fair it a little better. If milk, it could poison your bees. Remember, lactose (milk sugar) is poisonous to bees!"
And in this link it states that lactose sugars are poisonous as well, are they or does a 3-1-1 substitute recipe reduce the level of lactose properly?
"Sugars which poison bees when fed at low levels in sucrose syrup include galactose, arabinose, xylose, melibiose, mannose, raffinose, stachyose, and lactose (Barker and Lehner, 1974b; Barker 1976a)."
I also see that non fat milk is in many pollen substitute recipes. So what is the deal with whey vs non fat dry milk? Should I still use three parts soy flour, one part yeast and one part whey?