I drank milk for the last 59 years.
2 months ago, I found I no longer can drink it!
My son is Lactose intolerant, so we use 'Liddles' Long Life milk.
It's very very good.
I have now to have my cereal with fruit juice, and after a few days it is really a nice change.
As far as needing milk in my hot chocolate, I use 'homebrand-woolies' coffee whitener.I am happy :)
I can drink milk but usually only have it in my tea these days. I like the taste of almond milk for smoothies so alternate between almond milk and cows milk for this. I used to have oat milk as well but have been unable to find it at the shops lately.
I can't stand milk, I never could. It's not that I'm intolerant, I just can't stand the taste of it. I drank chocolate when I was in my teens, more for the protein and calcium than the taste, but now I don't bother with that either.
Love, love, love it! Couldn't go a day without it. I crave milk in the mornings like a coffee drinker craves their first coffee. And it has to be 'normal' milk. None of that skim/reduced fat or long life poison!
I have loved milk all my life. I drink litres of it - usually about 1.5 litre per day - on cereal, coffee made with milk and just as a drink on its own. I'm with Poppy - none of your lactose free, slimline or any of that other stuff for me - full cream all the way.
As a child I remember we had milk delivered in glass bottles at home in Scotland. We kids used to fight over who would get the big dollop of cream at the top of the bottle. We used to love the cream on our porridge. Mind you we had to be quick bringing the milk in in the morning as the birds also liked the cream on top of the milk and used to peck through the tin foil tops of the bottles to get at it.
I don't drink it. Prefer my hot drinks weak and black with no sugar. I could be intolerant but not worthwhile being tested at my age. It could also stem back to being forced to drink it whilst in school