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Posted: 08/19/20 04:37pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I heard this on the radio a little while ago.
To make chocolate milk less unhealthy health Experts say to add peanut skins and coffee grounds!
They didn't say whether to use the food processor or not.
So when the grand kids want chocolate milk try it.

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down home wrote:

I heard this on the radio a little while ago.
To make chocolate milk less unhealthy health Experts say to add peanut skins and coffee grounds!
They didn't say whether to use the food processor or not.
So when the grand kids want chocolate milk try it.
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That sounds so, not good. Blak


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Posted: 08/19/20 06:59pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I would suggest you try it yourself before passing that off to the kids.
I would just give them a little less actual chocolate milk and then push them outside to play.


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time2roll wrote:

I would suggest you try it yourself before passing that off to the kids.
I would just give them a little less actual chocolate milk and then push them outside to play.



I don't think anyone would drink it...but...they were serious. Imocons didn't work.
I haven't seen any reports of pinto bean or pickle ice cream either..that they sell at fairs.

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To make chocolate milk healthier, leave out the chocolate and sugar.
I used to be a Big Brother. All the kids drank chocolate milk at school. Most of them were overweight. I started drinking plain milk. Pretty soon some other kids went to palin milk. Then we in the majority.

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Posted: 08/20/20 10:22am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I'm not a doctor or an expert but I'm pretty sure if you give chocolate milk with peanut skins in it to a kid with a peanut allergy it's not a healthy or a wise decision.


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thats nasty. chocolate milk really isnt all that unhealthy (as far as milk is concerned) its just some extra sugar. Id bet dollars to donuts they have worse things all the time


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Sounds awful. Growing up we didn't have chocolate milk in the house, but we had Ovaltine and drank it all the time in our milk.


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I think someone's pulling a fast one.


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down home wrote:

I heard this on the radio a little while ago.
To make chocolate milk less unhealthy health Experts say to add peanut skins and coffee grounds!
They didn't say whether to use the food processor or not.
So when the grand kids want chocolate milk try it.


That is just nasty! I think they just wanted to see if anybody was dumb enough to actually do it.

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