“Kowloon milk is the shiznit”

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You Fight Like a Dairy Farmer

Last week Mr. Know-It-All ex­plained the city’s dairy co­nun­drum (“What’s the dif­fer­ence be­tween milk and “milk drink?” Au­gust 19, Is­sue 1159). Face­book readers de­spair:

Sugar, wa­ter, fla­vor and other “good­ies” are typ­i­cal added in­gre­di­ents of any­thing that has “drink” at­tached to it.

Un­less it’s a cock­tail. Kåre Core Lohse Which milk is made from pow­der? The su­per­mar­ket only stocks im­ported milk. Nowa­days, many come from Europe which is cheaper. I have also bought US milk though ;) Stephan Ort­mann Do you only shop at posh ex­pat su­per­mar­kets then? I can’t even get real fresh or­ange juice at my lo­cal Well­come. Nes­tle Dairy Farm and Vita (and other lo­cal brands partly) use ‘milk solids’ and taste vile... An­gela Kwok Milk prod­ucts are pretty ran­cid here but if i am not in­cor­rect there is a gen­eral milk in­tolorance here, so that might have to do with it. Mark Bru­ins I re­mem­ber try­ing “milk bev­er­age” for the first time in China think­ing it was just reg­u­lar milk. Man do I re­gret putting that stuff in my cof­fee, it tastes like sour yo­ghurt Scott An­thony He­garty Kowloon milk is the shiznit Jake Cope Only in hong wrong Andy Felders

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