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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by jlewis2k1, Aug 21, 2008.
I been curious what kind of milk people usually drink ...
fat free, if at all.
Any kind, whole is a lil' tough though...
eh whole milk/vitamin d to me seems very thick and all
I can only drink whole, nothing else.
Thats how I was raised.
2%. Anything less tastes like milk flavored water. Whole is of course better tasting, but eh.
How about an option for people who don't drink milk?
I don't drink milk straight, but I put 2% in my coffee and in my protein shakes.
Interesting, care to elaborate?
I've gone through phases. I grew up on 2%, but switched to skim once I graduated from college. Eventually got tired of it, and compromised on 1%, which is what I still drink today.
And of course, we buy chocolate milk by the gallon as well.
I would but i cant edit the poll...maybe if one of the moderators are nice enough they can add that option?
Myself I grew up on Whole Milk Vitamin D ... Now I been drinking skim.
Only 2%, I agree that anything under is just too watery for me.
How's that look?
Well, thats what my parents bought for me as I grew up, and I cant stand to drink anything else. Like apfhex said, it tastes like milk flavored water, which to me is horrid.
good, thanks! Oh yea thanks for merging *gives ya an oreo cookie*
I hear ya, I guess I was thinking geography... Just curious about the reaches of whole milk I guess...
Now mostly 1.5% milk.
Been slowly weaning myself from whole milk that I drank when I was a kid. Worked on a dairy farm. Free milk -- as much as we wanted. That was truly whole milk. No pasteurization or any treatment. Just straight from the cow. Yum!
Isn't all milk fortified with Vitamin D?
Anyway, I don't care much for milk, but on the occasion that I do drink it (usually in cereal), I prefer 1% or skim. Soy milk is also quite tasty, as is chocolate milk.
I have always wanted to know what fresh milk is like...is it sweeter like they say?
Skim Milk and Chocolate Milk for me...Full Cream Milk can me side effects .
1% for me. I usually drink chocolate because it's got the 4/1 ratio of carbs to protein as part of my eating regiment for workouts.
it is amazing. I used to buy this fresh milk straight from the farm in glass bottles in madison wi. sooooo good. I avoid milk in NYC but will get flavored milk here and there
I detest milk. More specifically, I detest what passes for milk these days...
I grew up with fresh, local milk delivery by a milkman - 6 glass pints. Rich, delicious and nutritious - I even had to scoop off cream...
Though I can't be sure - I am pretty sure it was unpasteurized - which is illegal in the US (iirc).
Though pasteurization obviously kills many potentially present harmful bacteria - it also kills many beneficial ones (such as those who aid in milk digestion), and various beneficial enzymes - which aid in mineral and vitamin absorption.
It is too bad that local, fresh milk can't be brought to the US market...
Just my 2 cents...
A handful of states allow raw milk to be sold in stores and about half of the states allow it to be sold at the farm. I also happen to know a couple of people who have gotten very sick from it.
Right out of the cow, of course it is a bit warm, but the taste is heavenly. When milking, I used to squirt a bit directly from cow to my mouth just to have a bit of enjoyment. Of course different cows produced different milk and have different butterfat content. So I would aim for which one I was thirsty for.
So true. Milk from the store is a far cry from fresh milk.
Here in Japan, the milk is very good.
Nothing like having your own half and half for cereal, coffee, milkshake, etc.
I stand corrected. Thanks.