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Re: Biochem moisturizer warning

I buy whole milk - a gallon a week.  I figure we only use it for cereal in 
the morning
and for my face, so I might as well use whole milk.  It does taste better, 
and we are
not obese, so I'll make up the difference some other way.  At the end of the 
there are usually about two inches left in the gallon.  I fill up the bottle 
with water
and dump it on my miniature roses (the only kind I can protect from the 
deer).  In
the several years I have been doing this I have never had any trouble with 
spot on the roses.  Once again, it's a very cost effective fungicide.

In a message dated 05/12/2005 1:56:50 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
4042N15@nationalhearing.com writes:
I have to agree.  Whatever works. We're all different.
It's just that they tend to sell gallon milk here for only about 5 cents
more than the half gallon, so I can't resist.  But I can't use a gallon
before expiration, so I thought if there was another use for
it.....hmmm....does your milk need to be fresh?  What grade do you use?  I
always buy 2%

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