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BEST BEFORE 02/14/1962 OPEN milk my consumption over the span of two weeks Consumption By Day • 10ml of milk DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 3 DAY 4 DAY 5 DAY 6 DAY 7 almond nonfat cream Soy lowtet soy lowfat lowfat lowfat . none say DAY 8 DAY 9 | DAY 10 DAY 11 DAY 12 DAY 13 DAY 14 lowfat lowfat Cream lowfat soy nonfat ... whole .. lowfase ... almondee ... Soy ... lowfat ...● soy lowfat . say Nutrition Facts soy 1,850 ml Serving Size 1 cup (250ml) Servings Per Container 8 lowfat 1,750 mil almond nonfat 200 ml whole 150 ml 200 ml Consumption By Product Over a two-week period cream 100 ml spoiled 50 ml In 1992, the average Canadian consumed 178 ml By 2011, that number shrank to 151 ml Over these two weeks, I consumed 4300 ml On the seventh day, I consumed O ml lowfat For this, I blame the common cold. From 1992 to 2011 Sales of buttermilk haven't swayed more than 0.1% almond Buttermilk has few uses, most likely due to the fact that it smells spoiled throughout its life span. nonfat soy whole Sales of whole milk (3.25% fat) have dropped 42% cream Sales of lowfat milk (1% fat) have risen 42% spoiled Are Canadians trying to lose weight?


shared by chloesil on Apr 27
This graphic displays my personal consumption of milk over two weeks. I like milk a lot.


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