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Posted 7/9/15 , edited 7/9/15
Give me skim, chocolate, or 2%. If it's not from a cow, it's not real milk, imo. Soy 'milk' is disgusting, and so is coconut milk. So bitter, bleh.
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Almond milk! Vanilla flavored preferred! I am 100% against drinking anything that was meant for other species. Cow's milk is too full of protein (meant for bulk developing of baby cows) and the way they process it anymore is complete nonsense. It's full of chemicals, you might as well blend rat poison and drink that! Anyway, I don't drink much almond milk, just with cereal or with coffee. As humans mature, their bodies are meant for water or juices (actual juice, not artificial) It's amazing how much science has brought us this far yet has crippled us with fake foods that have already been proven to break down poorly within our bodies. IBS anyone? hahaha... wow ok done ranting.
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Posted 7/9/15
Neither. Coconut milk if I need it for cooking.
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CKD-Anime wrote:

I just drink orange juice with calcium and vitamin D, cause I really don't like milk.


A kniderd spirit! Orange Juice FTW always accompanys my morning omlette
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Soy milk because lactose intoralnce
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2% milk
Posted 7/9/15 , edited 7/28/15
Both are gross.
Milk is gross
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Gold top aka full fat milk for me. I'm kind of low carb at the moment so the fats help. I used to live on 2%. Now I even have to keep my milk and my children's milk separate due to their lactose intolerance and their stuff tastes good too. I mean it's milk! The champion of cold white drinks.

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Sweetened soya milk for me
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It all depends on the time of the year. In autumn/winter I use semi-skimmed UHT milk because that's suitable for mild lactose intolerance. I don't drink, tea, coffee or hot chocolate so I don' t use that much milk anyway. I use it with fruit and some oats to make a quick breakfast smoothies on busy mornings.

Currently it's hayfever season so consuming lots of dairy products will cause me to produce a lot of mucus so it's best I avoid them as much as possible at this time. This way I don't need to carry that much disposable tissues around for my nose. I've tried almond milk and the ready made boxed coconut milk. In the past I've tried soya but don't think it's best for me. Since I'm in the middle of rash break out I've stopped using the ready made almond milk and coconut milk. I'm down to making my own oat milk or occasional coconut milk (breaking coconuts is a trial and tinned isn't for me). I'm also just having days where I just munch on some almonds and have fruit for breakfast. I know how to make almond milk but I don't like the result so I'll prefer keeping the nuts more in their natural form. I get to have sorbets on hot days so I'm not missing out on icecream on hot days.
Posted 7/10/15
whatever my taste buds tell me to drink or eat with (:
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Posted 7/10/15
I like cow milk, but drifted toward (unsweetened) soy milk a few years ago as part of a move to consume less animal-based food. After that I almost always used soy milk, but a few months I discovered I really like Almond milk and that's what I use now.

I rarely just drink any kind of milk, but it's a regular addition to my morning cereal.
Posted 7/10/15
Almond milk. Unsweetened.
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We have small children at home (ages 6, 4, & twins who are nearly 1 yr old) who go through 3 gallons in a week, so...we pretty much only drink whole milk at home.
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I can't drink milk but use soy and almond once a year.
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