Milk And Coke

Discussion in 'Recipes' started by Literally, Mar 6, 2019.

  1. Literally

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    Sounds gross, but compelled to try.
     
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    Surely everyone here has had ice cream float with coke??? This looks good too.
     
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    My father and I used to do this with orange soda as a kid. And when I was working at the cafe, once and a while we'd split a bottle of orange or grape soda into a couple glasses and top it off with cream. If my memory serves me correctly, you've gotta put the soda in the glass first and let the foam settle before putting the milk in, or else it will 'curdle'.
     
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    Orange Julius almost every night
     
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    For your amusement, when I lived in a dorm a hundred years ago, there was a machine that dispensed, among other things: coke (or a cola drink of some sort), milk, and an orange drink. We often put all three together and enjoyed the concoction. Cheers! :):
     
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    How old are you now
     
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    Ageless. :happy:
     
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    I found this thread with a search as I just experimented with a 50/50 mix of Coke/Pepsi with milk and wanted to recommend it to anyone looking for a high carb, low starch, etc snack. It tastes just like a Coke float but saves the trouble of finding a gum-free icecream, and is cheaper than using HD or simmilar gum-free I/C. Any milk tastes good with it, even skim, though if you want to use skim it's probably better to try it first as it may seem too thin by comparison after fat milks.
    :coke
     
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    try coke and ice cream
     
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    If this tastes good it might be a good substitute meal.
    One concern of coke has always been the overburden with phosphor which should be mitigated by mixing it with milk.
     
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    There is no overburden of phosphorous. It's too miniscule to be concerned about.
     
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    I guess snorting a line with a glass of milk could be OK. Kinda negates the calming effect of milk though. I can't tolerate liquid dairy though so I'll never know.
     
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