Milk 🍼

  • skimmed
  • semi skimmed
  • full fat
  • soy
  • almond
  • other (specify)

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Full fat for drinking. Semi-skimmed for everything else.


had a pint of full fat earlier (needed to re-energise after volleyball)


milk is an excellent post-exercise drink apparently.


soy for coffee (although i never buy even though it’s about 20p, just use almond for more)
almond for tea and cereal/porridge
coconut for cooking (have the coconut equivalent of the dried milk powder all nannas love)


votes are public!!! fff


none of it for me, thanks


Switched to a vegan diet in February and almond milk was one of the easiest switches! Vegan cheese was the hardest :sob:


Oat (it’s nice) but also sometimes soy if there’s no oat #problems


The purple/orange (depending on your supermarket of choice).

Semi-skimmed but only 1% fat or sutin


i usually just avoid it altogether (too expensive, most of them are 90% oil anyway). tesco’s smoked soya own brand one is alright (i use it on homemade pizzas)


yeah the non dairy alternatives are all pretty good, i should buy them more


i like oat in milkshakes and smoothies



Vegan cheese seems specifically designed to put people off veganism forever, none of it is worth a damn


Oh that sounds nice! I used violife grated on pizza a few times and it’s like cheese strings which is ok, but let’s just say my pizza consumption had gone down like 90% since :dizzy_face:


anyone got any tips re: curdling


Be ready to take your shot after the opposition player has started their delivery. Remember to clean the bottom of the stone and the ice in front of the hack before you lay the stone back down.

When sweeping, stand near the T-line in front of your teammate. Don’t stand near the hog line or half way up the rink waiting for the stone to come to you. The skip may call for sweeping as soon as the stone has been released and you should be moving with the stone.


yeah fucking ice kettle brush race
scotland I fucking ask you


it’s supposed to rehydrate you better than water aswell