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    Posted: 01 May 2015 at 3:43am
I have never been a big milk drinker & as such, never really bought it much. The problem with me has always been, that if I buy it by the gallon, which is the most economical way to buy it, I have to drink it up in a week. Usually by the end of the week, I'm forcing myself to drink the last of it or throwing away the last half a pint or so. 

I could buy 2 half gallons, but that would be like throwing away money & I just can't bring myself to do that!!!

Recently I've begun buying this stuff at the Dollar Tree...



Costs $1 per quart at the DT.

For just a few pennies more than the $3.85 or so I'd be paying for a gallon at Walmart, I can buy 4 quarts & don't even have to refrigerate them until after I open one.

Although I do. Usually buy two at a time.

And it tastes good, too!!! 

If you like having milk around the house, but don't use it a lot, give this stuff a try!!! Thumbs Up

They have whole, 2% & 1% I think.

Not completely sure, though.

Great with a shot of this stuff in it!!!! Tongue




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I like that boxed stuff and I drink a lot of milk (I almost never drink soft drinks).  It does taste good!

In Mexico that's the only milk I drink.  The brand is called Lala.  For 2% you buy the "Semidescremada."

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Milk's $3.85/gallon at your Walmart??  I just paid $2.40/gallon there Tuesday.  And why do you have to drink it up in a week?  The gallon I bought on Tuesday is good till 5/15.

I drink a lot of milk, so the expiration date's never much of a consideration.



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And aside from Aldi, Walmart is the cheapest place to buy it.

Most of the other grocery stores around here are getting well over 4 bucks a gallon.

But after I open a gallon of milk & start drinking out of it, it starts to turn after a few days. If you drink as much milk as you say you do, it probably doesn't stay in your fridge long enough for it to start going bad.

Also, I think that date means how long it will last unopened.

Once it's open, I think it starts going bad faster.






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For anyone having problems with wireless internet slowing down at home, and you have neighbors, I suggest that you change the channel number in your router.

Every time I change routers my download speed gets slow as molasses.  It turns out that routers usually default to 'Auto' mode, which selects the channel number automatically (based on a sampling of traffic in the area).  But they only assign one of three channels:  1, 6, or 11.  If you have neighbors, 90% of them will most likely be on those same channels.

Even if the other signals are weak, interference on the same frequency is not rejected as noise; it causes handshaking, which is bandwidth sharing.  When these other signals are busy, as when streaming, it can really slow your throughput down.

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Hope this helps someone.  YMMV of course.

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Sh*t - I guess that shouldn't be in the 'Milk' thread.  Geek

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LOLLOL A how to on milking maximum speed from your router. Wink
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Nice segue!!!!

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LOL Embarrassed  Ok, I'll repost where it belongs.

But I'll leave this one here, for comic relief!
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