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    None. Can only have it with cereal. :puke:
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    None. Milk by itself is gross..
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    none - it's disgusting. i'm going to have really weak bones when i'm older but that i can tolerate. milk i cannot.
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    (Original post by money-makes-friends)
    Just recently, between 2 litres to 3 litres, varies
    Jeez! :eek:
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    I have milk in my cereals and in my hot chocolate but I never really drink it alone.
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    I get it straight from the milkman, it's always the best.

    At least 2-3 pints a day
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    (Original post by pleaserecycle)
    none - it's disgusting. i'm going to have really weak bones when i'm older but that i can tolerate. milk i cannot.
    It's my favourite drink.
    Think we've got it best in the UK, too. Been abroad and tasted some and it's often terrible.
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    I used to drink absolutely loooads, but now I have a glass a day as I eat yoghurts as well and too much dairy is really unhealthy.
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    (Original post by money-makes-friends)
    dude ur pretty hench. At 15...wow
    Erm , thanks ?
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    about 4 tablespoons in tea (x 2 some days)
    and about a cup or so in cereal whenever i have it on some days
    but it totally varies..some days none probably too.
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    (Original post by Eradicus)
    It's my favourite drink.
    Think we've got it best in the UK, too. Been abroad and tasted some and it's often terrible.
    I would probably agree that British milk is the best of a bad bunch. To be honest, the only milk i've tasted abroad is the UHT milk in the plastic containers at breakfast in Europe and in the Middle East they hardly drink it anyway. Rice milk is a winner though.
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    (Original post by Malsy)
    about 4 tablespoons in tea
    Do you use a tablespoon to add milk to tea?
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    None. I use soy milk instead.
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    (Original post by pleaserecycle)
    Do you use a tablespoon to add milk to tea?

    no way. it was just a way of describing how much the best i could :o:
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    (Original post by Malsy)
    no way. it was just a way of describing how much the best i could :o:
    It's a good idea though, you'd get a perfect cup of tea everytime.
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    (Original post by georgia)
    None. I use soy milk instead.
    Good lord. Soy milk is almost a crime against nature.

    Is this some weird diet? please tell me it is, as I cant believe anyone likes the taste of soy milk!

    (Original post by harleygrant)
    I used to drink absolutely loooads, but now I have a glass a day as I eat yoghurts as well and too much dairy is really unhealthy.
    Is it really?
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    2-3 pints a day, semi skimmed
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    I try to drink at least 2 pints in drink form, I am on a bodybuilding regime right now though so I kinda need to.
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    Milk makes me wretch. I avoid it as much as i can.
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    None, unless it's in food.
 
 
 
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