Do you drink whole, 2%, 1% or skim milk?

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Do you drink whole, 2%, 1% or skim milk?

Terri69 Terri69
I personally drink 2% mostly, once and a while I get 1%. After all these years of drinking 2%, whole milk seems thick to me. What do you drink?
06/30/2012
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Quote:
Originally posted by Terri69
I personally drink 2% mostly, once and a while I get 1%. After all these years of drinking 2%, whole milk seems thick to me. What do you drink?
I don't drink milk.
06/30/2012
thisisadeletedaccount thisisadeletedaccount
Two percent, though I like whole milk in my tea or coffee, and for cooking desserts.
06/30/2012
funluvinmama funluvinmama
my kids drink 2%. I drink almond milk cause I can't have cows milk.
06/30/2012
RiahPapaya RiahPapaya
I drink whole milk. It has the lowest lactose content, so it doesn't hurt my stomach.
06/30/2012
Rossie Rossie
I'm lactose intolerant, I drink organic coconut milk.
06/30/2012
12345678 12345678
Skim which I'm aware is like water...I just grew up drinking it so I'm stuck on the taste. Seriously!
06/30/2012
js250 js250
We drink 2%.
06/30/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
With the exception of a little butter once in a while, I don't touch dairy products with a ten ft pole. I think they are extremely unhealthy for humans and meant for baby cows.

We have fluid and powdered soy, rice and coconut based "milk" in our house. My youngest child drinks it, I can't. I do cook and prepare food with it, though.

I drink water 99% of the time. We have a friend whom we eat dinner with frequently and he sits down to dinner with a big honking glass of milk. It makes me gag to look at it. And this is usually after a few beers on the deck with my husband. He has to bring his own, as we never have cow milk in the house, ever.
06/30/2012
mistressg mistressg
None of the above.
06/30/2012
sextoylover sextoylover
i drink both
06/30/2012
wdanas wdanas
Almond milk here.
06/30/2012
CaliGirl CaliGirl
Quote:
Originally posted by Terri69
I personally drink 2% mostly, once and a while I get 1%. After all these years of drinking 2%, whole milk seems thick to me. What do you drink?
Non-fat
06/30/2012
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Skim - although if it wasn't so expensive, I would drink almond milk as well.
06/30/2012
Aeronaut Aeronaut
If we count Lactaid (Lactose intolerant...oops), I enjoy 2%. Whole for cooking.
06/30/2012
Woman China Woman China
Quote:
Originally posted by Rossie
I'm lactose intolerant, I drink organic coconut milk.
I have a sneaky suspicion I am lactose intolerant much to my own frustration.

When I do drink milk, I only drink Homo or 2% or straight from the cow itself milk (boiled once that is).

But I am drinking coconut milk, and because I live where it is plenty I drink soy milk when it is offered to me. They make this amazing soy milk here and it is always freshly made that day. In the winter my favourite hot beverage is a large tall glass of hot soy milk. Ohhhh talk about delicious!
06/30/2012
Rossie Rossie
Quote:
Originally posted by Woman China
I have a sneaky suspicion I am lactose intolerant much to my own frustration.

When I do drink milk, I only drink Homo or 2% or straight from the cow itself milk (boiled once that is).

But I am drinking coconut milk, and because I live ...
Lucky you, bragging again!!! I know that type of authentic soy milk you're talking about, made with fresh grind soybeans...YUM!!! That type of real soy milk is only available at some of the Asian markets here, but sometimes they're on the shelf too long and might have turned sour, so I tend to stay away from them. I miss the hot soy thingy served in a bowl along with a lot of salty and tasty ingredients (I'm sure you know what I'm talking about), no Chinese restaurant in Oregon serves that.

The so-called natural soy milk that's available at the regular supermarkets tasted horrible...like a nutty dirt flavor (unless it has almond extract added), I don't know how people can stand that stuff!
06/30/2012
MistressDandelion MistressDandelion
I normally drink skim milk, if I even drink milk. Skim milk is cheaper. But I also enjoy whole milk.
06/30/2012
sktb0007 sktb0007
When I drink milk, it's skim.
07/01/2012
haley730 haley730
I use to drink whole milk, then switched to 2%, then switched to soy milk, which I love more than regular milk.
07/01/2012
xMila xMila
2% usually
07/01/2012
Rossie Rossie
Quote:
Originally posted by Rossie
Lucky you, bragging again!!! I know that type of authentic soy milk you're talking about, made with fresh grind soybeans...YUM!!! That type of real soy milk is only available at some of the Asian markets here, but sometimes they're on the ...
"The so-called natural soy milk that's available at the regular supermarkets tasted horrible...like a nutty dirt flavor"
...oops, I mean a nutty and earthy flavor.
07/01/2012
Woman China Woman China
Quote:
Originally posted by Rossie
"The so-called natural soy milk that's available at the regular supermarkets tasted horrible...like a nutty dirt flavor"
...oops, I mean a nutty and earthy flavor.
no you are right.

"Dirt" flavoUr (It's Canada Day so I am spelling extra loud like a Canadian because it is funny) is right. Over the past few summers my family and friends had tried to help my transition back to western society by getting lots of "Chinese" food stuff.

The soy milk that I tried and they got MANY different kinds from various places and yuck. It was like I could taste all the- you know orange juice? The stuff you squeeze on your own tastes great and amazing and oh so just right!!! But the store bought stuff even the oh-so-called-natural-o rganic- is just not the same? That is like the soy milk.

The milk I drink here is nice and thick and oh... yum! I know what I am getting for breakfast tomorrow!!!!

And of course I am bragging!!! You get cheap postage I get great food!!! Even trade I tell you!!!

Are you able to get the packages of salty veggies we get at breakfast here? If not, let me know!! I prepare a care package!!!!
07/01/2012
Rossie Rossie
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Originally posted by Woman China
no you are right.

"Dirt" flavoUr (It's Canada Day so I am spelling extra loud like a Canadian because it is funny) is right. Over the past few summers my family and friends had tried to help my transition back to western society ...
That's OK. If I REALLY try, I believe I can find all the right ingredients, but the fresh grind soy beverage they sell here is not thick enough to make it taste right.

What ARE we doing...did we highjacked this thread and turned it into a soy beverage discussion? Sorry Terri69!
07/01/2012
Woman China Woman China
Quote:
Originally posted by Rossie
That's OK. If I REALLY try, I believe I can find all the right ingredients, but the fresh grind soy beverage they sell here is not thick enough to make it taste right.

What ARE we doing...did we highjacked this thread and turned it into ...
Sorry Terri!!!

Rossie does it. I just follow her.

Oh snap that works!
07/01/2012
Mrs.Intensity Mrs.Intensity
I love milk; I always drink skim. Whole milk does taste too thick to me by now. I don't mind it but would rather not spend my calories and fat on a beverage. Skim tastes better to me anyway.
07/01/2012
KrissyNovacaine KrissyNovacaine
I love whole milk.
07/01/2012
Rey Rey
2% here

Currently using it to make hot chocolate during our winter
07/01/2012
LaSchwartz LaSchwartz
2% milk for me
07/01/2012
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Whole for me, anything else is like drinking water. That and it reminds me of the powdered milk my mom made me drink when I was a kid.
07/01/2012
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