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marcros

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We are eagerly collecting tokens for a Kermit backpack. If anybody gets Cravendale and has no use for the codes on the back of the label, I would be most grateful for them.

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Mark
 

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I took of the label this morning to give you the code but someone binned it! I'll get the next one for you.

Sorry #-o

Mark
 

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Here are 4 'universal' ones I found online

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No guarantees mind

BTW does Cravendale actually taste so much better to justify nearly 4 x the price of standard milk? I would lay a small bet that hardly any of the extra finds it way back to hard pressed farmers.

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Alas, Bob those dont work.

I dont know that it does taste any different. It does keep a bit better though.
 

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marcros":2dykkt6k said:
Alas, Bob those dont work.

I dont know that it does taste any different. It does keep a bit better though.
Keeping qualities of milk does not seem to be a problem in our house. I buy 4 gallons every fortnightly shopping trip and chuck it in the freezer - there are only three of us in the household!!

It is the recipes that call for stale bread that make us laugh - 8-10 loaves per fortnight - no chance to get stale :lol:

Bob
 
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