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    Default which kind of milk is better?

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    I've never liked 2% milk... it tastes watered down.

    also chocolate>strawberry

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    Quote Originally Posted by hkkmr View Post
    No option for skim?

    But soy milk is the best...
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    whoever voted for 2% is wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by anamericancer View Post
    I did.
    Cause there was no skim option.
    that's because skim milk is gross.

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    2%

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    I voted 2% too- it's the most versatile. It also froths up the best in a capp. machine and makes wicked good hot chocolates. If it was just on taste alone, I would totally go chocolate though.
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    Milk is actually bad for you, but if anything, I use whole milk
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    you guys are doing the poll all wrong

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    2% because it taste the most like water, and I hate milk.
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    Goat's milk.

    I'm not kidding, the stuff is amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baby View Post
    Goat milk.
    best response ever!

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    um

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    Oh shit. I totally didn't even think about BionicGoat when I posted that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bionicgoat View Post
    that's because skim milk is gross.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baby View Post
    Goat's milk.

    I'm not kidding, the stuff is amazing.
    Yeah, goat milk is great.
    But skim milk's the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bionicgoat View Post
    Wan' sum milk?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly
    You've done yourself a huge favor developmentally by mustering the balls to do something really fucking scary... in about the most vulnerable situation possible.

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    I don't drink milk. Besides, milk is what wimps order in bars and then get rightly mocked by the real men drinking whisky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Expat View Post
    I don't drink milk. Besides, milk is what wimps order in bars and then get rightly mocked by the real men drinking whisky.
    Now where have I heard that before.
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    Im actually still a fan of breast milk so im sad that wasn't an option
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    Quote Originally Posted by meatburger View Post
    Im actually still a fan of breast milk so im sad that wasn't an option
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    Quote Originally Posted by meatburger View Post
    Im actually still a fan of breast milk so im sad that wasn't an option
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    Quote Originally Posted by hkkmr View Post
    No option for skim?

    But soy milk is the best...
    vanilla soy milk is awesome.

    but i used to like strawberry quik, too, when i was a kid.

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    Milk of any sort is gag-inducing. I haven't had milk in years. Unless it's with cookies and I'm desperate, I can't stomach it. From what I remember, skim was awful. It was like flavored water. And 2% was like drinking raw eggs it was so thick. No thanks.

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    I don't like milk. But I do need it around the house for various things. I buy 1/2% or 1%, depending on what I see at the store available as organic. I mainly use it for making breakfast drinks for my daughter. I put a little in coffee too. We don't use a lot of milk here.
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    This stuff is good. It doesn't really taste like much, but it's better than regular milk, in my opinion. It's all about texture with me and this seems to get it right. Not too thick, not too watery. The vanilla flavors are also good. But ah, dairy is the devil.

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    I have a hard time stomaching milk. I'm not lactose intolerant, I love cheeze and sour creme (the real kind) and all that, but milk for some reason always makes me want to gag after half a cup. I always have to have it with something. Maybe I should try goat or sheep's milk.

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    Milk loogies

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    hahah those are fucking gross

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    I drink several litres of semi-skimmed milk a day - it is my lifeblood. Well, maybe not several litres. If I drink too much chocolate milkshake though, it makes me sick, so I tend to just stick with milk.

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    ummm

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    Quote Originally Posted by hkkmr View Post
    No option for skim?

    But soy milk is the best...
    i didn't read thread but i just wanted to point out that technically soy milk is not milk, so it is automatically disqualified from discussion. idiot.
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    I just noticed strawberry milk is on the list.

    When I was a kid, I didn't like milk either, so my mom bought nestle quick strawberry flavored powder so I'd drink it. Therefore, I had a ton of the stuff. But then it was pulled because back then red food coloring had lead in it and it became illegal to use lead in food, so you couldn't get red stuff for a while.

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    I've been trying to drink milk latley because of my bones; calcium supplements are not enough. Drinking milk is like a chore for me though.

    I like to spike it with sugar, cinnamon, and vanilla extract.

    Milk tea/bubble tea is also very good.
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    What about SUPER skim milk? I often drink that when at home.
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    I drink milk by the bucketfull. I was climbing up on the balcony of my school once really high and the ballistrade broke and i fell all the way down right on my back. Everyone watching literally shat themselves. I just got up and said "aw". I felt like that cheerleeder from heroes except she wears a skirt and i dont (well not very often).

    I used to hate coffee but i kind of forced myself to drink iced coffee for some reason. Now i have one a day probablly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meatburger View Post
    I drink milk by the bucketfull. I was climbing up on the balcony of my school once really high and the ballistrade broke and i fell all the way down right on my back. Everyone watching literally shat themselves. I just got up and said "aw". I felt like that cheerleeder from heroes except she wears a skirt and i dont (well not very often).

    I used to hate coffee but i kind of forced myself to drink iced coffee for some reason. Now i have one a day probablly.

    Explain to me the relevance of "drinking milk by the bucketful" and "vandalizing public property whilst falling from a great height".

    Haha, another typical IEE hyped-up-on-iced-coffee post. Ne in 0verdrive...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hkkmr View Post
    Also where is the option for condensed milk, evaporated milk, low cal evaporated milk. How am I supposed to make a tres leche cake without these options!!!
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    You drink evaporated milk by the cupful?

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    If I drink milk, it's skim milk. And I really only use it when I'm eating cereal or cooking eggs. But I don't really like drinking milk at all, and I'm pretty sure it causes digestion problems for me.

    I prefer orange juice over milk (as a drink) every time.
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