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    See I remember that with those bottles but I don't remember anything like that much cream on top. That's what threw me. I'm not even convinced I can get it out.

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    Growing up on a crop farm we had one house dairy cow that dad milked daily. The milk was transferred into a jug and kept in the fridge. A few hours later once it had all settled we skimmed the cream off the top and put it in a separate container. The milk still tasted creamy. The cream was usually made to use little fairy cakes. Sooo good.
    I also remember being 3 or 4 living in town and putting the bottles out for the milko.

    I have never heard of Paris milk. Must be a city/ qld thing?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    See I remember that with those bottles but I don't remember anything like that much cream on top. That's what threw me. I'm not even convinced I can get it out.
    It can vary with seasons and it can also vary depending on where it was drawn from in the big vat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Nomsie View Post
    Growing up on a crop farm we had one house dairy cow that dad milked daily. The milk was transferred into a jug and kept in the fridge. A few hours later once it had all settled we skimmed the cream off the top and put it in a separate container. The milk still tasted creamy. The cream was usually made to use little fairy cakes. Sooo good.
    I also remember being 3 or 4 living in town and putting the bottles out for the milko.

    I have never heard of Paris milk. Must be a city/ qld thing?!
    Whoopsie I mean Paris Creek.

    And lmao at your last comment as I live in country SA :-p

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    Yep. The cream in top. Delicious!

    You can buy full cream homogenised Paris creek milk too. X

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    Whoopsie I mean Paris Creek.

    And lmao at your last comment as I live in country SA :-p


    I always assume qld for everyone because it seems like most people are from there (majority of mods etc which probably sways my mindset!)

    Paris Creek makes a lot more sense too!

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    BUT NOMSIE I THOUGHT YOU KNEW ME.

    Ok. I forgive your totally sound reasoning.

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    Non-homogenized (to me) just means you need to shake it before every use. I love that type of milk, always so smooth and creamy! I had a favorite brand in Vic but haven't been able to find any here .

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    BUT NOMSIE I THOUGHT YOU KNEW ME.

    Ok. I forgive your totally sound reasoning.
    I KNOW! I mean, honestly, what kind of stalke....errr.... avid fan, am I really?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly81 View Post
    Non-homogenized (to me) just means you need to shake it before every use. I love that type of milk, always so smooth and creamy! I had a favorite brand in Vic but haven't been able to find any here .

    'Duchy' brand milk from Waitrose is not homogenised, wholefoods has a couple of brands too. I've found raw cow, goat and buffalo milk at several farmers markets around London - which surprised me!
    We love real, creamy milk!

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