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4/24/13 2:27 P

2%. It just tastes better than 1% or skim. Taste is important and the calorie difference isn't super huge.

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4/24/13 12:12 P

We only use 2% milk. I'd rather use the calories and feel like I'm drinking milk than settle for 1% or skim. They just aren't reasonable choices for my family and me.

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4/24/13 11:56 A

I don't like skimmed milk, too watery. I stick to 2%.


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JENSTRESS Posts: 3,675
4/24/13 11:35 A

I don't think that switching would be a problem. We have 2% and Whole milk in our family. The toddler needs the whole milk to help her put on weight. She is a skinny little one!!

JGIRL5799 Posts: 561
4/24/13 11:29 A

LOL that is soo funny

I was raised on skim milk myself and after moving in with my now hubby, his family always was whole or 2% they refused to buy skim milk... I gawked at them.. but ya know what..

I rather drink 2%, whole milk or I even tried raw milk and I LOVED it... I would prefer raw milk over anything but at $7.00 a gallon, and we go through 4 a week (7poeple in the home) That is out of budget LOLOL

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4/24/13 11:13 A

I would prefer 2% but my husband prefers 1% and we don't need two things of milk on the go. I grew up on milk fresh from a farmer, so we probably drank more like 6% once we skimmed off the cream for butter etc.

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BRETT132 Posts: 7
4/24/13 10:56 A

stick with 1%

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4/23/13 3:46 P

Haaaahhhaaaahhaahahahah MANDYTERRIER1. I totally agree. Love butter and whipped cream; can't drink 2% milk. What's up with that?

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MANDIETERRIER1 Posts: 14,873
4/23/13 10:23 A

If you have room for it I think that it is a good thing to enjoy in moderation.

I personally don't like it, because it is like drinking butter. Which is funny because I love my butter.

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4/23/13 12:59 A

I've been won over to the "dark" side and our family buys whole milk!

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4/23/13 12:12 A

Wow, so I just had a glass of my roommate's with dinner since I'm out of my own milk currently, and I'm like seriously full off it. I grew up on skim milk and love it, but that filled me up like something else.

Perhaps something I should think about switching to maybe? I don't generally go over my fat ranges unless I'm grilling a nice steak for dinner, and sometimes have to remind myself to eat some almonds or eggs for a snack to bring my fat amounts up even.

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