I have learned a lot in my short time in the blogging world. The following is just scratches the surface of what I have learned.....
I've learned that people "across the pond" eat weirdly named things - like "Scotch Eggs" "toad in the hole."
I've learned that those same people celebrate Mothering Day (read Mother's Day in American) in March and not May.
And most recently? I have learned that our Canadian friends buy their milk in bags.
Out of all the things I've learned - it's the last that has completely freaked me out.
I don't know why.
But really? Milk? In bags?
Apparently, they buy the milk (in bags), bring it home, snip off a corner and place the bag into a pitcher. Why do they not just pour the milk into the pitcher and toss the bag. That I might could understand - recycling and all.
I'm very confused by this.
Milk -In. A. BAG. It blows my mind......
If you would like a more detailed (and pictoral) explanation - please visit Momma where she explains how it all works (and is confused that us Americans are confused.....)