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    Quote Originally Posted by CMF View Post
    Wow. Just out of curiosity, do you have a really big fridge, or do you have to go to the shops really often?
    No big fridge. I get milk, bread and fruit everyday on my way home from the school pick up. By going straight after school means I miss the 20 minute traffic jam on my way home.

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    We go through 1ltr per day now that there's no more toddlers hogging the milk for a bottle.
    I buy the longlife milk in bulk on my weekly shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Wow thats lots of milk! Is it mainly just used as a drink for everyone? And how much per day would every one drink?
    We mostly use it in tea/coffee and hot or cold chocolate.

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    Wow 24ltrs!!! That's amazing! We go through 2ltrs a fortnight if that. Sometimes I've thrown it out. It's so random. Sometimes my son will have milk everyday sometimes I'll use it in cooking. I use it one week past expiry as it's still fine sometimes so sometimes we go through 2ltrs in 3 weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    I know it's at least 9L with 5 partakers at the moment. Tend to buy 6L at a time - so we usually have a bread and milk "top-up" part-way through the week.

    Does anyone know what powdered milk is like? I've been wondering if it's cheaper to go that way.

    How much milk YOUR family goes through...20-25L
    We use powdered milk all the time. Tastes fine. We go through about 12-15L per week so I just make up a new fresh 2L jug every day. Much more convenient than having to buy milk all the time. We make the milk up in 2L Sistema jugs.

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    We buy it raw from the farmer (from a London farmers market) on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

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    Maybe a litre of cows milk and a litre of soy milk per week.

    Not big milk users or drinkers here.

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    I buy 2L of A2 for my toddler, 2L of light milk for hubby and 1L of regular full cream for me. I only use it for a smoothie 1-2 times per week and cooking, toddler has it on her weetbix or porridge and a cup before bed and hubby drinks it like he thinks milo is healthy. So we usually have some leftover each week but not much.

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    2 adults 2kids. I buy 2l at a time and we are lucky to finish it before it expires. Hubby has it in coffee, use it to make porridge in the mornings and the kids have a small cup in the mornings. Not big milk drinkers at all.


 
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