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    Thai low fat milk, it's all the same isn't it?

    I bought a couple of San Remo pasta meals that can be made in a few minutes, the instructions say to use low fat milk and a teaspoon of butter, is ordinary Thai milk just the same? ie milk in the UK is a lot more creamier than normal Thai milk, and if I use ordinary Thai milk will I need the butter?


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    I only drink full fat Dutch Mill, tastes like back home, unlike that Meiji shite.

    I think the Meiji with the white top is low fat, and I deffo wouldn't leave the butter out

    Whack some hellmans on there too

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    I don't drink milk, only have it with tea or coffee, but I have foremost plain milk, never seen any cream come out of those cartons so they must be pretty low fat compared to the west.

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    with full fat milk use 1/2 the amount of butter or margerine.

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    ^Shall give that a try tomorrow, can't see why they say to use low fat milk yet stick a spoon of butter in it, seems silly.

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    I've made 'em up with water and a tea spoon of marge. Worked OK.

    You need the grease to stop it all sticking together and the milk/water/liquid to keep it moist.

    You know how it works....

    Good if you've got some Tabasco or the like to liven them up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog
    I don't drink milk
    You should, a great source of calcium for teeth and bones

    Try the Dutch Mill with the blue cap, it has a big number written on it

    Nestle corn flakes taste better here than Kelloggs IMO

    I like my weetabix but theyre friggin expensive so i eat the Australian ones

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    This is it

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    This does not work well for the lactoseintolerant..

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabaii sabaii
    I think the Meiji with the white top is low fat
    That's the zero-fat- the one with the light blue cap is low-fat, and the dark blue cap is full-fat.

    I live on zero-fat milk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog
    I bought a couple of San Remo pasta meals
    Why would anyone do that?

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    They ain't bad actually, obviously if I was served this at a restaurant I wouldn't be too happy, but probably a good way to get rid of old scraps and rubbish in the fridge.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog
    but probably a good way to get rid of old scraps and rubbish in the fridge.
    agreed. cheap and cheerful, add what you like.

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    The mac and cheese that they sell is ok, add a big dollop of HP sauce to the mix, cook it as the package says then whack it under the grill with some breadcrumbs and shredded cheese on top to make a nice crust.

    Comes in handy when I cant be arsed to deal with the retards that work for mcds/pizza co delivery call centers.

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