One day, while waiting for the milkshake to be made, I asked the bartender to detail the ingredients in the shake. He told me, and the next day I went to Whole Foods to buy vanilla coconut ice cream, chocolate syrup, and almond milk. The total cost for all items was about $10. I could get about 4 milkshakes from the ice cream and still have plenty of chocolate syrup and almond milk to spare. This brought the cost of the DIY (Do it Yourself) milkshake to less than $2.50, which saved me $4.50 per milkshake.
I learned two important lessons from that experience.
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