When you’re drinking a milkshake, you’re probably getting a little extra milk in there, which means you may end up with a sore throat, a runny nose, and a little bit of sore throat.
What’s the best way to prevent these side effects?
The best way, according to Dr. Janna W. Rau, a certified lactose specialist and professor of nursing at the University of California, Davis, is to drink milk tea.
Milk tea is a fermented beverage that contains milk solids and sugar.
It’s not really milk at all, but instead is an addition to your milk tea routine.
In this recipe, you’ll find an easy and delicious way to add milk into your milkshakes.
Milks are not only good for your digestive health, but also help keep your skin moisturized, help with the healing process after a cold, and are also the building blocks of skin, hair, nails, and nails’ own natural oils.
In fact, milk tea is often referred to as a “healthy” beverage, as it contains antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals, which are found naturally in milk and milk products.
If you don’t want to use milk tea or are a lactose intolerant person, you can also make your own milk tea with a variety of different ingredients.
The recipe below is adapted from a post from The Healthy, Lactose-Free Home Cookbook, which I recommend you check out.
The full recipe for this recipe can be found on my blog, which you can find by clicking here .
For the ingredients, I used a mix of water, cream, and powdered sugar, and the recipe calls for two cups of cream.
However, you could substitute a regular-fat milk for a regular milk, or you could use a nonfat milk instead.
You could also use other milk ingredients, such as skim milk, low-fat cream, or even honey.
I found the mixture of all the ingredients to be fairly thick, so I didn’t use too much.
You can make this recipe in just a few minutes and save yourself some time by just adding a little liquid milk to the milk.
You’ll also want to let the milk sit for a few hours before mixing in the milk, because the milk will begin to thicken and the milk should become slightly thinner.
You can also skip the addition of liquid milk, if you want to save yourself from having to add it.
Milky milk is great for those with allergies to milk or milk products, as the natural flavor of the milk adds a hint of sweetness to your beverage.
I would also recommend making this recipe with a non-dairy milk alternative such as coconut milk, almond milk, and soy milk, as these types of milk are known to be low in calories.
It can also be used as a substitute for other kinds of milk, such a soy milk.