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Buying Milk

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Buying Milk

Strange question, but can you buy milk, semi skimmed, like you'd buy in a supermarket here and is it safe to drink? Do they sell milk in the supermarkets in naama bay?

Thanks.

sheffield
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1. Re: Buying Milk

yes they do but its long life in cartons

wakefield uk
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I'm a big milk drinker and its easy to buy

find there semi skimmed muck creamier than ours and there full milk very creamy

told wife it was camel milk she would not drink it for ages lol

we take those little long life cartons to use to make our coffee in room or the 2in1 coffee you can buy no need for separate milk then find it very good and one needs sweetener take the little tablets

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3. Re: Buying Milk

Longlife milk is available in all supermarkets and occasionally fresh milk as well.

staffs
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we also found it for sale in th hotel mini markets,much nicer than ours at home.

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It comes in cartons or bags of 1 litre or smaller,personally I have not seen any bigger ones in normal shops.

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jaytee45 if you'd like to can ask one of the bedouin guys to bring you camel milk

its very heavy on the stomach even for egyptians who not used to it

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Thanks for replies all. Long life it is then.

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