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Facts For The Milkaholic

03/22/2011 9:09 AM

Regular milk has 16 times more fat than non-fat. That means that low-fat milk has fat and calories much closer to the content of regular milk than to non-fat milk.

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Re: Facts For The Milkaholic

03/22/2011 9:33 AM

ok

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Re: Facts For The Milkaholic

03/22/2011 9:54 AM

Finally!

I've been wondering why we don't talk about milk on here more often.

I drink healthy, nonfat beer.

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03/22/2011 10:03 AM

Hey Kramarat, I drink milk every weekend to get some nice fart every time. You need those sometimes to feel healthy.

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03/22/2011 10:14 AM

"Regular milk has 16 times more fat than non-fat." This puzzles me a little...

If I think non-fat, I think there is no fat. Sixteen times zero is zero... No?

There's regular, one percent, two percent, non
Goats milk, camel's milk, the list goes on
Soy, almond, hemp, rice, organic and pure
It's udderly bewildering, that's for sure.

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03/22/2011 10:25 AM

No electric bulb can operate on zero watt, Yet people call them zero watt bulb,at least in my country that what I heard.

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03/22/2011 7:33 PM

I don't know about you guys but if I want whitewash I'll go to the hardware store..

I refuse to buy into the "adulterated" milk varieties scam. It's full fat or nothing in my fridge.

It's the fat that has the flavour.

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03/23/2011 7:48 AM

How does that follow? Even if (ref other posts) we assume non-fat isn't really zero fat, it's just 1/16th the fat content of regular, you said nothing about low-fat, so no way of knowing how it compares with non-fat and regular.

And if the statement is correct, so what? Maybe low-fat consumers think it's fine.

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03/27/2011 4:42 PM

Then "kefir" it. Anyone out there got grains?

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