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    I was in the habit of buying 4-pinters for £1 instead of 2 for 89p, but then found I was tipping 50% away!

    Partly because I find tea is more refreshing and healthier without milk

    So, I swapped to the latter and find I waste less & save money.

    Maybe I should go further and buy a brand that enables the poor dairy farmer to stay in business! - any suggestions?
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    you can make cheese of other milk product from extra milk and taste it in different way
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    (Original post by physicst)
    you can make cheese of other milk product from extra milk and taste it in different way
    Please supply a photo of cheese you have made, and one of the kit you had to buy.
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    (Original post by physicst)
    you can make cheese of other milk product from extra milk and taste it in different way
    I doubt any students can be bothered to make cheese when you can buy a better tasting block for £2 from tesco.
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    (Original post by NJA)
    Please supply a photo of cheese you have made, and one of the kit you had to buy.
    for this I have to go to home I am in office now. so sorry
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    (Original post by NathanDYEL)
    I doubt any students can be bothered to make cheese when you can buy a better tasting block for £2 from tesco.
    why not if you have extra milk and you are going to tipping it
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    (Original post by physicst)
    why not if you have extra milk and you are going to tipping it
    Because it is extremely time-consuming and takes a lot of attempts to yield something that actually tastes okay.

    Why can you not just drink the milk???? Or buy a smaller amount???
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    (Original post by NathanDYEL)
    Because it is extremely time-consuming and takes a lot of attempts to yield something that actually tastes okay.

    Why can you not just drink the milk???? Or buy a smaller amount???
    It is just matter of taste. OK leave it

    Do you have any log on this forum. I heard you can bench 130 kg.
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    (Original post by physicst)
    It is just matter of taste. OK leave it

    Do you have any log on this forum. I heard you can bench 130 kg.

    Taste and time yeah


    Yeahh you'll find it under fitness x
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    You can freeze milk. Buy some bottles and put them in your freezer. Defrost as and when you need.
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    (Original post by NathanDYEL)
    Taste and time yeah


    Yeahh you'll find it under fitness x
    Name of log? Have good day
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    (Original post by physicst)
    Name of log? Have good day
    198 steps to the stage x Don't believe iv posted any 1rpm on there though.
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    Make rice pudding from it.
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    (Original post by physicst)
    for this I have to go to home I am in office now. so sorry
    That's ok, I don't need to see it *now*, any time this weekend would be ok.
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    (Original post by NJA)
    Please supply a photo of cheese you have made, and one of the kit you had to buy.
    You can make soda bread out of sour milk.

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