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    I tried it last night with soya milk and it didn't taste too bad actually.

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    YUK - soya milk is the devil's urine IMO. Go on VC, take a walk on the wild side and have no milk at all. Go on, you know you want to. Just once.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aella View Post
    I rather hate milk, haven't tasted the stuff since I was four.
    My daughter's like you, she hasn't touched the stuff since she was like 3-1/2. That's 20 years.

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    I like my soya milk

    I will wait until the next time I am hungover and have black tea then I won't be able to properly taste it. At least tell me I can add a little bit of sugar at least?!

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    Oh yeah, you can add sugar [shudder] if you like but it kinda defeats the object.
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    One small step! I have cut back on sugar. I only have the raw stuff even though that is probably just as bad.

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    i use splenda because my room-mates bought a huge box of it so it's there, but a friend told me it's supposed to be bad for you?
    i thought it was less calories than straight sugar..

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    ^^I have no idea sorry xo.

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    ^^it's kind of strange, i googled it and found contradictory info..oh well, who cares haha
    we'll use it till the box runs out and then buy real sugar most likely

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    ^^I never touch splenda. the only sugar substitute I use is equal. I've never read anything bad about equal and have been using it for YEARS. havent used real sugar in like 10yrs in coffee/tea/whatever

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    I think splenda is vile in coffee, but not too bad in tea. I use Equal, too.

    I don't think I've ever put milk in tea.... if I did, I can't remember.
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