Yesterday I was talking with some of my American friends about milk.
I posted about this topic back in January 2010. You can see that here.
When I'm in the US it always amazes me how milk is sold in jugs.
Take a look at that. How do they fit in the fridge? It seems to me that they would take up a lot of space in there. And what if you had a large family and needed a lot of milk?
I don't get it.
Now, here in Canada, we sell milk the proper way.
Each bag holds three smaller bags that go into a pitcher. Snip the corner of the bag and pour. The pitcher is slim enough to fit in the fridge door to make room for more important things. Like food.
I guess that we Canadians are just a bit more streamlined in the milk department of life.