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Old 07-10-2012, 06:32 PM   #81 
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Gah I love cheese and milk so much. I don't know how I would get by without dairy. x'D
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Old 07-10-2012, 06:45 PM   #82 
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I mean like lactose free cow milk though.
I love milk. But western milk is nothing like eastern milk. ;-;
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Old 07-10-2012, 07:20 PM   #83 
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Part of the "benefits" of living in a small city on a small island is having competition from cows bred from the same line. lol All cows milk here tastes the same to me, I can't actually drink it. I think milk is vile to drink on its own. I use it for cooking, baking and coffee though.
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Old 07-10-2012, 07:31 PM   #84 
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I come from a long line of dairy farmers. Well, okay, my grandpa was a small dairy farmer from the southwest part of Minnesota. I love milk. Its in muh blood to love milk. I could and have guzzled it down like there was no tomorrow.

Milk is and always will be part of my diet. Just not cheese. :X
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Laki, if you ever go to Europe you have to suck it up and try the milk. And everything. You can REALLY taste the difference in the food with Europe's strict regulations on food products. We let so many nasties in our food, it's horrible.
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Old 07-10-2012, 07:57 PM   #86 
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I am an omn(nom)ivore i eat both hapilly just not raw onions and plain milk.
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omg I died at "ohmnomivore"!!!
I would really like to go to Europe.. I'm thinking Ireland, Scotland, Austria area. I would like to visit Belgium, Poland and France for my own WW1-2 research, but I bet they have delicious milk products. I just cannot drink actual milk. Nothing in my diet forces me to take a glass and drink it.. I do, however, use it in cooking and such as I said.. I would probably die of heart attack at European bakeries!!!!
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Belgian chocolate is the best!
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When you go to a grocery store in Poland, there's like 5737638 types of cheese alone.
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I am of Belgian decent on my mom's side. On my dad's its mostly German. Add a dash of Scottish/Irish and that's my heritage.

Why do I think there is a conspiracy for me to drink beer among my genes?

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When you go to a grocery store in Poland, there's like 5737638 types of cheese alone.
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That's "Barf City" for me.
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