Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Milk

Having been raised near a dairy farm I can say without a doubt that their is no harm in drinking unpasteurized milk. The CDC however is drinking the big business/farm stance that it is 150 more times dangerous. So are we to trust big business whose lots are breeding grounds for E-coli and other diseases or the local dairy farmer who is trying just to make ends meet. This article explains it more in depth.

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  1. I agree. I too was raised on farm fresh milk. I'd always sneak a sip of the cream...government's full of it.

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    1. Yeah this CDC study made me wonder who funded it. Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. I agree too. We now are on goats milk and hope to not have to buy the pus infected milk ever again.

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    1. Good for you! I am trying to get the wife switched over but I am meeting heavy resistance.

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  3. we have been looking around for a local source for fresh milk...we have a few names to check out, visit their farms and then maybe getting fresh milk once a week - i can't wait. once we have a local source - bingo-bango - it will be on to making fresh butter, yogurt, kefir and cheese. bring on the fresh milk - woohoo!

    your friend,
    kymber

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    1. Nice, I can't wait to hear about Framboise Manor cheese. Has a ring to it!

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