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    Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.


















    I'd possibly actually drink it out of a bag. It looks kinda fun.

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Oh yeah, you don't have milk in bags, eh? We have bags, jugs and cartons.
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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    They have milk bags in Wisconsin, too, ya know!

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    The best milk is in glass bottles.



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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    We have it in bags too.

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    I mix up my milk from milk powder. It costs just 20% of the cost of ordinary processed milk.

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    All milk comes in bags to begin with...

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    I am surprised on how many people flip out over bag in milk. It's like magic!
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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    If you drank milk in the cafeteria in college, you drank it from a bag, a large bag.

    Nuts come in a bag.

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    I mix up my milk from milk powder. It costs just 20% of the cost of ordinary processed milk.
    Yes, and it tastes like stale ass.

    When I was in fifth or sixth grade, the public schools in Delaware started selling milk pouches (developed by DuPont, of course). They took up less space in the cafeteria fridges and they were recyclable. We actually had a bench made from recycled milk pouches in our school. A few years after I graduated from high school, they went back to cartons for reasons that were never explained. I liked those pouches, though.

    There's a local dairy that sells milk in glass bottles, and it tastes wonderful. Unfortunately, because it's not ultra-pasteurized, it doesn't last as long as the brands that come in paper cartons, so I generally don't buy it. I just had to dump out almost an entire bottle because it went bad.
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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    The only concern I would have is bisphenols leaching into the milk from the plastic. Canada has really cracked down on this so I'm surprised it is allowed unless they are no bisphenols (like in plastic water bottles). It's inconvenient to say the least compared to a pouring carton.

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    They had milk in a bag in the 1970's but I haven't seen it for years. I wouldn't even know where to buy it.
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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Quote Originally Posted by LilBit View Post
    Yes, and it tastes like stale ass....
    I can't say because I have NEVER tasted another man's rectum. I will die before doing that!

    But dried milk DOES need to be mixed in the right proportion and it does need to sit in the fridge for a few hours to chill and mix properly. I know some people complain it's been 'processed' but I say all commercial milk has been through umpteen processes.

    Also skimmed milk, once you get used to the cleaner taste, makes it is easier to reduce a fatty diet. And, I'll say it again, it reduces the cost of transportation 80% from the total cost of the product!

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    I mix up my milk from milk powder. It costs just 20% of the cost of ordinary processed milk.
    And has 20% of the taste of ordinary processed milk.

    Powdered milk and UHT/long-life milk are shit, IDST.


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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Milk is best when the tap is above a weighted bag.

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Quote Originally Posted by birddog7 View Post
    All milk comes in bags to begin with...
    Untrue! Everybody knows milk comes from Tetrapaks:


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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Well, here in the U.K. I can just remember as a young child when it came in bottles....



    Then as an elder child and teenager it came in cartons....



    And now as an adult it comes in plastic jugs....



    But I've NEVER heard of it in bags. Blech.

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    Milk in bags sounds revolting.

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    I can't say because I have NEVER tasted another man's rectum. I will die before doing that!

    But dried milk DOES need to be mixed in the right proportion and it does need to sit in the fridge for a few hours to chill and mix properly. I know some people complain it's been 'processed' but I say all commercial milk has been through umpteen processes.

    Also skimmed milk, once you get used to the cleaner taste, makes it is easier to reduce a fatty diet. And, I'll say it again, it reduces the cost of transportation 80% from the total cost of the product!
    My sincerest condolences for the severe poverty in which you live where milk comes in powder form and that has become acceptable......

    I like milk in small batches but fresh as the day is long..... that UHT stuff and the powder.... baaaaaleckkk
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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    That is the norm for me, tbh. I pretty much never drink milk from plastic jugs or cartons. I rarely come across jugs of milk but I do see small cartons of milk. Tetrapaks...I only see those for almond and soy milk.

    Btw, we also have chocolate milk in bags. It tastes kinda gross so I only get it in cartons.

    p.s. Powder milk isn't THAT bad. But it tastes too creamy and rich. Like I'm drinking coffee cream or something. I've only had to drink it a few times but not in Canada. I am not even sure if it's is sold in the grocery stores here...

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Quote Originally Posted by BENDERBOY View Post
    Milk in bags sounds revolting.
    It's not as revolting as you might think. It's really quite good, and there is no 'plastic' taste like you get in plastic jugs or 'wax' taste like you get in cartons.

    The milk comes in 3 pillow-shaped bags of 1 1/3 litre. They fit in a plastic pitcher and you snip off a corner of the bag to pour.





    And this isn't a joke:

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Really? How is this even an issue? The milk is extremely fresh and tastes just fine. This is Canada fur chrissake, not the moon.
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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    It's just wrong.

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    ^ It's really quite convenient, actually. And it's been around for decades.

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Thankfully it's not found it's way here yet.
    I like drinking straight from the carton.

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    We have those in the States too. As a kid in PA, we used to drink milk from a bag everyday at lunch.
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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    In redneck country, we have binders full of milk.

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Quote Originally Posted by BENDERBOY View Post
    …I like drinking straight from the carton.
    And I'd be smacking you if I was your mother— because I can imagine where your lips have been!

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Quote Originally Posted by gsdx View Post
    ^ It's really quite convenient, actually. And it's been around for decades.
    Quote Originally Posted by MissAnne View Post
    We have those in the States too. As a kid in PA, we used to drink milk from a bag everyday at lunch.
    I can remember as a child in the 1970s, having our milk in bags. My parents were getting home delivery of milk from Rochester's Meisenzahl Dairy. They were transitioning from glass bottles to either milk in bags or cartons. My parents had the choice, and chose to try the bags. We had several of those funky milk pitchers in avocado green. My mother would place the quart (maybe it was 2 quarts) bag into the pitcher, and somehow, it stood in place. She would snip the corner closest to the pitcher spout with a pair of scissors, and the milk was ready to pour. It must have been that it was either not profitable or more convenient to deliver cartons, because after about two years, Meisenzahl discontinued bags, and we were getting our milk in cartons.


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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Quote Originally Posted by ronboy View Post
    My mother would place the quart (maybe it was 2 quarts) bag into the pitcher, and somehow, it stood in place.
    The pressure of the milk creates a seal between the pitcher and the bag. It's quite a chore trying to pull a full bag out of the pitcher, and I've never had a bag fall out on its own.

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    I can't say because I have NEVER tasted another man's rectum. I will die before doing that!
    You're missing out.

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    They look like they’d be ok if used for a milk transfusion, or a milk enema, I suppose.

    But, they look far too fragile, and I’m far too clumsy to be transporting those things. Milk would be all over the place before I got it home.

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Quote Originally Posted by blackbeltninja View Post

    Powdered milk and UHT/long-life milk are shit, IDST.


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    I agree.

    I like raw milk. Those of you unlucky enough to have never tasted it don't realize what they have missed. Raw milk is to pasteurized milk, as decaffeinated coffee is to coffee.

    To be fair, raw milk has a significant risk of containing pathogens. Buy from a reputable dealer.

    @as for milk in a bag--I have no opinion of it. If you have ever eaten in a restaurant, you have almost certainly drank milk out of a bag.

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Canadians are fucking weird!!

    I still have trouble understanding why anyone would want to drink liquid squeezed out of a cow?
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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Raw milk is hardly ever safe from what I hear... I can't drink milk anyways... it does a number on my stomach. And I tried the lactose free stuff too.

    http://www.fda.gov/Food/ResourcesFor.../ucm079516.htm

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kulindahr View Post
    In redneck country, we have binders full of milk.

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    I freaked out when I found this out, then I read the thread and now feel silly for freaking out, so I'm going to pretend I never freaked out.

    Carry on.

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Quote Originally Posted by secondmonkey View Post
    I still have trouble understanding why anyone would want to drink liquid squeezed out of a cow?
    Many Asian cultures think milk--and its derivative cheese--utterly repellent. After all, it really is excrement, isn't it?

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Quote Originally Posted by gsdx View Post
    ^ It's really quite convenient, actually.
    Can't imagine. Even when I buy milk in Tetrapaks that don't have a flap and need to cut off one corner to open, I can be sure I'll spill whenever opening or closing the fridge.

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    Many Asian cultures think milk--and its derivative cheese--utterly repellent. After all, it really is excrement, isn't it?
    No it really isn't. It's nourishment. Excrement is waste.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gsdx View Post
    And this isn't a joke:
    My first reaction:

    Why would it be a joke?

    Doesn't everyone just have Skim Milk, 2% Milk, and Homo Milk? I don't get it.

    After Googling the terminology:

    OHhhhh. So, only Canadians call whole milk Homo Milk and Americans find this bizarre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashonfire View Post
    I freaked out when I found this out, then I read the thread and now feel silly for freaking out, so I'm going to pretend I never freaked out.

    Carry on.
    LOL. Aw, well I honestly don't understand why so many people are freaked out by it in the first place. It's just packaging, the milk tastes nice and fresh. *shrug*

    Quote Originally Posted by Kahaih View Post
    But, they look far too fragile, and I’m far too clumsy to be transporting those things. Milk would be all over the place before I got it home.
    They're actually not that delicate, they're pretty thick. It's very rare to have a bag tear on the way from the grocery store, from my experience. Unless you're Edward Scissorhands, you should be fine.

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Has anyone seen this in western Canada? Honestly it's been years. I didn't think it was available any more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bankside View Post
    No it really isn't. It's nourishment. Excrement is waste.
    That's true--to us.

    Other cultures see it differently.

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    That's true--to us.

    Other cultures see it differently.
    No; Cultures don't get to have some kind of separate truth. Milk is not excrement. It is food. One may like it or not but its basic biological purpose is to provide nourishment. The basic premise behind excrement is to rid the body of indigestible foodstuffs or proteins from spent cells. See how they're different?
    Americans need to keep their guns so they can protect themselves from gun violence just like Nancy Lanza did. And like Chris Kyle did. And like Gabby Giffords did. And like Tom Clements did. And like Michael Piemonte. And Joseph Wilcox.

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    ^Milk does contain blood, mucus, and puss.



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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Quote Originally Posted by kevbo View Post
    They have milk bags in Wisconsin, too, ya know!
    Well, it's almost Canada - I can understand...

    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    And I'd be smacking you if I was your mother— because I can imagine where your lips have been!
    that reminds me:

    so, I'm visiting my mum a few years back. As usual, I'm drinking from the carton. From across the house I hear her shrill, "use a cuuuuup!"

    FFS! That was it! After 30+ years of her clairvoyance, I had to know how. "Well," she tells me, "I never heard the cupboard open to get a cup." Sneaky little bugger, she is.

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    You'll get used to it, it's not as bad as most people think it is.

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Quote Originally Posted by gsdx View Post
    It's not as revolting as you might think. It's really quite good, and there is no 'plastic' taste like you get in plastic jugs or 'wax' taste like you get in cartons.
    This might explain my reasoning for not liking milk itself. I mean even in soda you can tell the difference in taste between the bottle and the can and even to the fountain soda. We did have those in middle school though, they were little milk pouches. I really don't remember if I had any of the regular milk when it was served, but I definitely drank the chocolate and strawberry milk in the bag. Although I always thought the strawberry milk tasted like Pepto-Bismol*.

    *And for those who might not know, Pepto-Bismol is a medicine you take for your stomach. It's pink liquid and doesn't taste nearly as good as strawberry milk.

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kahaih View Post
    But, they look far too fragile, and I’m far too clumsy to be transporting those things. Milk would be all over the place before I got it home.
    I've never had a bag break, even when I've dropped it, and I have dropped my share over the decades. However, I've dropped cartons and they have ripped open and left me with a mess to clean up on a number of occasions.

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    Re: Does your milk come in a bag? Canadians, explain yourselves.

    We have that in olden times icey cold milk in cafeteria style places were served for huge
    refrigerator looking things with spigots. The milk bags went inside and the 'spigot pulled
    from inside the bag.
    As to dehydrated milk well we use dehydrated water for everything...
    can't tell the difference. Maybe I'll try the milk.

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