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    Cutting the cost of a pint :-) ( milk! lol)

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    Cutting the cost of a pint :-) ( milk! lol)

    Post by kachinas on Wed Jan 05, 2011 9:13 pm

    This does work as I've been doing it now for some months :-)

    I normally have semi skimmed milk, I was told if I by the full fat milk and mix equal amounts of water then the result will be the same, as all milk is now hogmonognised or something! lol and the fat is evenly dispersed, not like in the days when I was young and we had to shake the bottle first. Shocked

    Gone are the days when you could go on a dairy farm and get a glass of milk straight from the cow ! ( or goat)! Sad . . . And YES there is a big difference!

    Anyway, full fat - semi
    and semi - skimmed
    Not sure about skimmed though? . . . sorry
    As it is, skimmed to me looks like and tastes like cloudy water! Rolling Eyes


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    Re: Cutting the cost of a pint :-) ( milk! lol)

    Post by Admin on Thu Jan 06, 2011 5:02 am

    I have the skimmed milk, but add a bit of semi skimmed into my porridge as it makes it creamy Very Happy Very Happy


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    Re: Cutting the cost of a pint :-) ( milk! lol)

    Post by Jazz on Thu Jan 06, 2011 7:52 am

    i prefer skimmed too. but we use semi-skimmed as there's no point buy two different ones because i only use milk in tea and coffee... and not all that much in mine. lol

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