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    Question Where to find US style whole milk (gallon)

    Hi,

    I added this asked this late in the grocery thread, but it got missed by many, so I thought I would ask again.

    Has anyone found any place in Santo Domingo that sells USA style regular milk (and or 2% or 1%), ie mcarthur milk, in gallon form? The only whole milk I found is Rica whole milk, and no one here at the house likes it.

    I never get to buy any cereal here, because the milk here is crap.

    Thanks.

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    In Miami .... 305 .

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    Quote Originally Posted by yacht chef View Post
    In Miami .... 305 .
    JAJAJA..

    Thought I would ask incase someone knew of a place in SD, but I guess its not available.

    Thanks.

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    Sorry, the only milk I saw in La Sirena (SD) one time was Leche Rica(whole milk)

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    The ONLY place I've personally ever seen a gallon of regular USA-type milk is at Turay in Bonao. I bought it.

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    I have never, in over 10 years, seen milk sold the way it is in the USA. I had to adapt to using powdered milk.

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    i could never understand this american milk thingy, i hate milk so much and never drank it, not even as a child. disgusting stuff.
    however, you can buy in DR milk directly from the moo, without processing. here in POP, and i am sure in any other city as well, small pickups pass barrios in the morning selling milk by liter/gallon, from large plastic or metal barrels. this is the purest milk that you can get. untreated. should be cooked before consumption. i use it to make white cheese (curd cheese, i think it is called in english).
    would something like that make you happy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dv8 View Post
    i could never understand this american milk thingy, i hate milk so much and never drank it, not even as a child. disgusting stuff.
    however, you can buy in DR milk directly from the moo, without processing. here in POP, and i am sure in any other city as well, small pickups pass barrios in the morning selling milk by liter/gallon, from large plastic or metal barrels. this is the purest milk that you can get. untreated. should be cooked before consumption. i use it to make white cheese (curd cheese, i think it is called in english).
    would something like that make you happy?
    have a care with the barrio thingy, princess. i don't live in a barrio, and my neighbor gets his moo juice from the pickups you describe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bronzeallspice View Post
    Sorry, the only milk I saw in La Sirena (SD) one time was Leche Rica(whole milk)
    that Rica stuff is not milk. i have no idea what it is. still trying to figure it out, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the gorgon View Post
    have a care with the barrio thingy, princess. i don't live in a barrio, and my neighbor gets his moo juice from the pickups you describe.
    i am sure those guys go wherever the clients are.

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