I only had vague memories of it, and rewatching it now for the first time since I was a child I actually understand what it's about ... woah haha
Wonder if Shirley turned out ok? How about you, did you turn out ok after seeing this as a child? It obviously left a lasting impression!!!! Glad we were able to take you down memory lane a bit...
I like coconut milk in my coffee.
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I like half and half too. But I love raw, full, heavy whipping cream even more. Oh yum!
If you can comfortably eat dairy, it's OK on PB and you'll love it.
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What kind of coffee do you get? I found that when I relied on Starbucks French Roast I needed tons of cream and sugar, but after switching to quality beans, grinding them and using a press I only drink it black.
I thought Starbucks was quality! It sure has the price tag.
I only drink Pikes Place in K-cups with half and half it is actually a big cup of comfort.
I know, right?
It's possible the K-cups are your issue - I know some people adore them, but I was never able to get a good cup of coffee out of mine - it's currently in a box, waiting to be unloaded on some poor sucker, while the french press and grinder gets daily use. A plus side of that is that there are some really awesome fair trade coffee beans out there. Have you ever tried slowly cutting down the amount until you're at black? It can take some getting used to, but once you go black...
If you really want half and half/cream, then try Kalona's dairy products. If your location is accurate, their website says that they have plenty of stores that sell their products in your area - they have half & half and cream, both of which only contain ingredients that came from an udder. They have some of the best dairy products I've ever had, and I'm currently addicted to their sour cream. And their cottage cheese. And their yogurt. And their milk.