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AntiMilk

Less milky
 
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Too much milk in your beverage ? Just add BorgCo AntiMilk, until it's the desired colour.

AntiMilk is a carefully engineered formulation that reacts with milk to produce non-toxic colourless, odourless, tasteless compounds.

Available from a grocery store near you, now !

8th of 7, Mar 08 2010

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       //carefully engineered formulation// sp. "magic"
FlyingToaster, Mar 08 2010
  

       Certainly not.   

       Lemon juice will make tea paler. There are flocculants that will agglutinate milk fat and proteins; antibodies and enzymes could digest other components, providing the drink wasn't hot enough to de-nature them.
8th of 7, Mar 08 2010
  

       I suspect a lot could be done with a small bottle of Brown.
MaxwellBuchanan, Mar 08 2010
  

       What would happen if you added this to a glass of milk? A substance almost entirely unlike cheese?
mouseposture, Mar 09 2010
  

       You'd get water and a bunch of complex salts, perhaps?   

       I wonder what the pH level would be?
RayfordSteele, Mar 09 2010
  

       //a carefully engineered formulation that reacts with milk//   

       Please define "milk".
Wrongfellow, Mar 09 2010
  

       Hah! Doesn’t know what milk is.
Ian Tindale, Mar 09 2010
  

       Yeah, f*cking lactose bastards.
zen_tom, Mar 09 2010
  

       // formulation that reacts with milk to produce non-toxic colourless, odourless, tasteless compounds. // baked. water.
jaksplat, Mar 09 2010
  
      
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