In July 2013, famous Japanese fast eating competitor Takeru Kobayashi proved it was possible to drink a gallon of milk in one hour by accomplishing the task in 20 seconds. While the origins of the milk chugging challenge... More »

The weight of a U.S. gallon of milk will vary slightly depending on the liquid's density, but it will normally be around 8.6 pounds. Changes in the fat content of the milk will make the gallon weigh slightly more or less... More »

On average, a gallon of milk weighs approximately 8.6 pounds. This weight can vary depending on the amount of fat in the milk. Milk that contains a higher fat content weighs more than skim milk, for example. More »

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On average, a gallon of milk weighs approximately 8.6 pounds. This weight can vary depending on the amount of fat in the milk. Milk that contains a higher fat content weighs more than skim milk, for example. More »

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The most common and beneficial use for one gallon of water is to drink it. The body needs water every day in order to prevent dehydration. Additional uses include cooking and plant irrigation. More »

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A gallon of apple cider is made from approximately one-third of a bushel, or 36 apples. Composed of these fruits and nothing else, apple cider has no cholesterol and is a good source of potassium and iron. More »

Make an easy banana smoothie by combining one ripe banana, 1/2 cup of milk, 1/2 cup of yogurt and a handful of ice in a blender. Tightly seal the blender, and blend the mixture for 20 to 30 seconds, or until it's smooth.... More »

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