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Milk in primary school, did it taste different to you??????

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    You may think this is a strange question, but does anyone think the milk we had in primary school tasted/tastes different to regular milk we get in the shops?
    I remember it tasting so much nicer, I have tried alot of milks from red top to blue and gold top but none taste the exact same or as nice. If you know of or have tasted a milk called cravendale, its a similar taste to that but has much more flavour!
    Anyone know why?
    Or is this just in my crazy little head? Lol.
    Well let me know! Thank you!

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    I think it was just because it was UHT milk, like in the little pots you get in coffee shops. I reckon it tastes a bit sweeter.
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    Yeah it did
    It was sort of sweeter?
    Used to enjoy finishing it all off and then opening the corners of the box and squishing it flat
    I was a weird child


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    (Original post by feathergirl)
    I think it was just because it was UHT milk, like in the little pots you get in coffee shops. I reckon it tastes a bit sweeter.
    Hmmm, I cant really remember them tasting the same, im sure the school milk tasted ABIT fresher then thoughs and I wouldnt say the school milk was that sweet? Do YOU think they taste the same then? Will have to taste one of them little milks again to compare lol. UHT?.. What does that stand for?

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    Maybe its a psychological thing
    Where it probably tastes the same
    But I think it tastes different as I associate it with playtime and childhood nostalgia
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    Ill try your milk if you want?
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    I think it tasted different, yes.

    Almost like it came from a different cow or something
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    [QUOTE=Little_missy01;40654494]Yeah it did
    It was sort of sweeter?
    Used to enjoy finishing it all off and then opening the corners of the box and squishing it flat
    I was a weird child

    Another one who says it was sweeter lol! I cant actually remember it being sweeter just yummier, ha!.. Have you found a milk in the shops that tastes the same or similar? And
    everyone was a weird child lol its just the ones who stayed weird thats worrying lol...
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    (Original post by Gulzar)
    Ill try your milk if you want?
    Ill pass thanks lol

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    (Original post by That Bearded Man)
    I think it tasted different, yes.

    Almost like it came from a different cow or something
    Is that sarcasm?... Lol

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    My milk brings all the boys to the yard 🎵


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    http://www.independent.co.uk/life-st...lk-702791.html

    It has fluoride in it that's what gives this sweet taste.
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    My school didn't give out milk
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    The article was written in 2001 though, regarding a new idea, not facts on a pre existing one


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    (Original post by llessur123)
    My school didn't give out milk
    How about bananas on the morning of an exam


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    (Original post by Forest_Lioness)
    Ill pass thanks lol

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    Lol, btw i do know what u mean by milk tasting different. U used to love milk in primary school but now its just gross
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    (Original post by Little_missy01)
    How about bananas on the morning of an exam


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    Whatttt I've never heard of this one. Although I hate bananas so I wasn't missing much.
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    (Original post by Little_missy01)
    Maybe its a psychological thing
    Where it probably tastes the same
    But I think it tastes different as I associate it with playtime and childhood nostalgia
    Yeah, thats what im starting to believe seen as I cant find that same taste lol.

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    It's because it's rats milk, The Simpsons said so
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    I wonder if any teachers could tell us the answer to this?
    Do kids even still drink milk in schools or is it against health and safety now or something as silly as that lol.
    Anyone know any primary school teachers they could ask?...

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