Cultural differences


I know this isn't my most artistic shot, but buying milk in bags is something that really had me confused! Thanks to a fellow blogger and a recent trip to Starbucks (where we saw the milk bag jugs in action), we now know the proper way to store and pour milk. 

14 comments:

Olivier said...

surprenant ce lait en sac ;)

Cezar and Léia said...

yOu know...in Brazil it's very normal.Interesting to know they do the same there!
Léia

Andy said...

I'm glad you final figured out the milk bag thing. Looks like you went first class with with a chrome milk container. Here's a
link
to blogger in Iowa. They also have milk bags there.

JM said...

This is new to me! :-)

Kaori said...

I had no idea Starbucks used milk bags! Interesting :-D

Small City Scenes said...

New to me too. Hmmmm I am curious too. MB

EG Wow said...

Hehehe! Yes, keep posting the things that are new to you! It's fun to see. :))

Winchester Daily Photos said...

I've seen these milk jugs and milk bags, not sure how they work, I have visions of pulling the bag apart and the milk going everywhere!

Randy said...

Now that is something you don't see around here.

Halcyon said...

I must admit, I cut the hole too big on my first tryand did end up with some spilt milk!

VP said...

I thought for a moment you was documenting some kind of drug trade!

Kate said...

I agree that it has been interesting to learn what is new to you (and me!). I'll be anxious to see if my neighborhood 'bucks has milk in bags also.

Regina K said...

Wow, I wish we had milk in bags. I buy organic milk, but it comes in cartons. I read the Iowa blog about the milk bags and would much rather have milk in bags and less waste.

Allison said...

So... does it come from dehydrated cows? ;)

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