Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by yenrod, 10 Nov 2007.
or semi-SKIMMED ?
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Semi - whole seems too 'creamy' which makes me feel a bit ill. Also reminds me of a time when I was a kid and my uncle used some fresh 'whole' milk and mixed it in my mashed potatoes. He was not impressed when I projectile-vomited all over the table as our family were eating dinner!
Only buy semi. Drink lots of tea...whole milk in teas bl00dy awful. Its like drinking syrup
Mind i do like whole in cereals ...but quite happy to eat with semi skimmed
Semi, with fully skimmed. I drink loads of milk, plus loads in tea, cerials etc.
Skimmed for me.
Semi for me.
A few years ago Radio Leicester held a compition to win a VIP trip on the Stoke-on-Trent to Leicester Milk Race. You had to answer what are the 3 main types of milk, or some thing. I won Took my 2 sons. Had a great day, was a fantastic insight into the running of such a large event. As it turned out it was the last Milk Race.
Skimmed in the Wafflycat household. Has been for years.
Whole is brilliant in porridge, I can't abide by this scottish water shenanigans - I like it creamy (I regret saying that immediately).
Semi-skimmed for the rest of life.
Semi - or Alpro light soya... I'm sure I've drunk udders
Typical Brummie, caramel flavoured white liquid! Vile.......IMHO
On porridge prefer whole, but semi is the norm.
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