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Surprised we haven't had a thread about this over the years.
What is your favourite?



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White.



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Pegojack wrote: โ†‘
14 May 2021 22:34
White.
Brown. (just for balance)


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Filtered semi or breast
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Remember sterilised in those long thin bottles ?
Before the days my parents could afford a fridge
Awful stuff
Love full cream milk
However it's skimmed for me as have a fuller figure and constantly trying to battle against it ! :D :D



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Milk Stout by Black Sheep. ๐Ÿ‘



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Good thread, gave up drinking cows milk about 5 years ago now. We drink soya in coffee, and oat milk for everything else, including cooking that requires milk. ๐Ÿ‘



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Gonna give a shout out to powdered milk, very underrated.
Got used to drinking it whilst doing long stays on Lighthouses when popping to the shop was not an option.


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y bar.



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Bitty.



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Jack2jack wrote: โ†‘
15 May 2021 11:33
Good thread, gave up drinking cows milk about 5 years ago now. We drink soya in coffee, and oat milk for everything else, including cooking that requires milk. ๐Ÿ‘
Interesting J2J. Why did you change and what benefits have you noticed (if you don't mind me asking)? I suffer from some allergies and eczema and I've often wondered whether ditching dairy might help.



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I bluddy loves it, I do.

I have a glass of ice cold, semi skimmed nearly every night before bed. Usually with a piece of chocolate.

A little bit of what you fancy does you good. And makes you a fat b*stard.



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legoman wrote: โ†‘
15 May 2021 13:47
Jack2jack wrote: โ†‘
15 May 2021 11:33
Good thread, gave up drinking cows milk about 5 years ago now. We drink soya in coffee, and oat milk for everything else, including cooking that requires milk. ๐Ÿ‘
Interesting J2J. Why did you change and what benefits have you noticed (if you don't mind me asking)? I suffer from some allergies and eczema and I've often wondered whether ditching dairy might help.
Dont mind you asking at all.Well to be fair, it was a decision that we made together, no particular reason, just to cut down on dairy products, we try not to have anything dairy based, save the odd bit of cheese on pizza etc, but dont go out of our way to buy it. We're not health freaks by any stretch. However, we do eat a lot of fruit and veg.As for the benefits of not drinking milk, haven't noticed any to be fair.
If you do a bit of research on the benefits of reducing consumption of meat and dairy products, especially processed stuff, you'd be amazed at the health benefits.
It's a personal choice of course, dont think we'll ever go back to cows milk ever.๐Ÿ‘



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Pegojack wrote: โ†‘
15 May 2021 14:11
I bluddy loves it, I do.

I have a glass of ice cold, semi skimmed nearly every night before bed. Usually with a piece of chocolate.

A little bit of what you fancy does you good. And makes you a fat b*stard.
Yuk, never been a fan of milk myself. Only milk I ever have is a very small amount of skimmed if I'm having cereal for brekky, just enough to soften the stuff but not enough the affect the taste.



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