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    We don't drink cows milk
    We go through about 4 liters of non cows milk a week.
    In winter we go through a lot more as the kids have porridge for Brekky.

    I'll guess 10-15lts?
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    I buy milk every other day.
    DH drinks 1L/day
    DD drinks <500mL/week
    I drink soy 1.5-2L/week

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    I'm still waiting to hear LoveLivesHere's!

    Here it's just 1-2L of soy/almond milk a week.
    ...Unless I'm pregnant, in which case it changes to about 8L of cow milk per week, consumed entirely by me.

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    We're at 14lt per week on average. Maybe a few litres more. I buy it every second day as my fridge won't hold it all if I bought it for the week, not to mention that DH loves coffee milk so we'd go through even more if I bought it all at once. I think LLH goes through at least 20lts.

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    between 1 and 2 ltrs usually a fortnight. I buy a 2ltr bottle and end up throwing some out at the use by date.

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    About 2L cow's milk and 1.5L soy milk per week

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    We go through about 8L of cows milk a week. We usually buy 2-3 2L bottles at once then get another later in the week when we are running low.

    I'm going to guess that you go through 14L a week.

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    Wow thats lots of milk! Is it mainly just used as a drink for everyone? And how much per day would every one drink?

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    Quote Originally Posted by deku View Post
    I'm still waiting to hear LoveLivesHere's!

    Here it's just 1-2L of soy/almond milk a week.
    ...Unless I'm pregnant, in which case it changes to about 8L of cow milk per week, consumed entirely by me.
    Sorry.

    Well I don't drink milk.

    The kids and DH on the other hand...

    We go through a minimum of 24 L a week but most weeks more like 30 and we still run out every day . If the kids had it their way it would be 42 L a week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    Sorry.

    Well I don't drink milk.

    The kids and DH on the other hand...

    We go through a minimum of 24 L a week but most weeks more like 30 and we still run out every day . If the kids had it their way it would be 42 L a week.
    Wow. Just out of curiosity, do you have a really big fridge, or do you have to go to the shops really often?


 
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