? for CDC re 1000 plan.

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  1. dizzy-n-mizzy

    dizzy-n-mizzy Not dieting ATM!

    Diet:
    Together we lost 8 stone on CD.
    Hi all

    Quick question regarding the 1000 plan.

    Mizzy doesn't like fully skimmed milk and wondered if it would be possible to have semi skimmed but have 1/4 pint instead of 1/2 or something like that?

    Is there any flexibility here?

    Dizzy
     
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  3. demon

    demon Cambridge Diet Counsellor

    To be honest I really think skimmed milk would be best, but know what you mean about not liking it to begin with - the fresh variety is a bit watery and tasteless. A good tip I was given years ago was to use the longlife variety - much creamier tasting and must admit I now prefer it to any other type.

    I'm not a plain milk fan anyway so how about using it to make milky coffee or for pouring over cereal - honestly it's really nice :)
     
  4. dizzy-n-mizzy

    dizzy-n-mizzy Not dieting ATM!

    Diet:
    Together we lost 8 stone on CD.
    Hi Demon

    I like skimmed myself (I'm not a milky person and take drinks black anyway).

    Mizzy thinks trying the long life is a good idea and will give it a try.

    Thanks for answering.

    Dizzy x.
     
  5. Melaniep

    Melaniep Member

    Have you tried the purple lid milk, it's same fat as skimmed, but tastes like semi, Tesco and Morrisons sell it I'm sure Asda and Sainsburys do too.
     
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  6. dizzy-n-mizzy

    dizzy-n-mizzy Not dieting ATM!

    Diet:
    Together we lost 8 stone on CD.
    Thanks Mel

    Will definitely give it a try!

    Dizzy x
     
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