Can You Tell the Difference With Milk?
OK, so were on our way home and we needed milk, but we wanted to get home quick, the question was whether we should go to the store or go to the gas station. I was good with just going to the gas station because the prices was same but my family was saying at the gas station they didn’t like the gas station because you can’t (usually) get low-fat milk at the gas station.
This sparked a debate in the car about the difference between lowfat, 2%, and regular milk. My family insisted that there was a definite difference. I said they were all talk. My point was that most milk you buy in the store has the milk fat taken out, unless you buy it right at the dairy, it is all basically the same. The definition of “whole milk” just means it is more than 2% milk fat. Most people are not going to tell the difference.
My family did not agree, this is how we settle things in our family:
I love doing taste tests. I try doing one with the grandgirls when we are together. We’ve done hamburgers, french fries, sodas, and a few other things I can’t remember.
You should make a video.