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Old 02-17-2007, 07:15 PM   #1
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Old 02-18-2007, 12:44 AM   #2
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i just bought 2 boxes of organic rice milk today on sale for 89 cents!
i think if i were to drink real milk i'd probably die.
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this is getting beyond a joke.
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Old 02-18-2007, 07:23 PM   #5
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i just bought 2 boxes of organic rice milk today on sale for 89 cents!
i think if i were to drink real milk i'd probably die.

Why?
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because what you call real milk is for





if you really want to get closer to real milk

then try this



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Old 02-18-2007, 07:54 PM   #7
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because what you call real milk is for





if you really want to get closer to real milk

then try this





deep,

Have you ever been out of the city?

Can you understand that some people in this world live in rural areas where 7-Elevens and Malls are far far away?

Where your pic of the calf feeding is a very familar scene.




Take care,

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"Got Milk" pour it down the drain

if I had children I would give them milk

and I would be concerned about how it was produced, hormones in particular


a few years back I became lactose intolerance
it was hard for me to accept
as a child I drank milk all the time, instead of water, soda, or juice

as a teenager I could drink a quart on a ten minute break


all that said, I now believe in America we drink too much dairy milk

the "Dairy Lobby" has a lot of influence

there is not much need for it once we are adults, it is most likely more harmful than beneficial
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The link doesn't do anything for me

I've never had real milk (assuming you mean whole milk). I hate all milk. As a baby I drank soy formula. Milk has just always grossed me out, probably b/c I never got used to it. I even have my cereal dry. I don't like sour cream, yogurt, or whipped cream but I love cottage cheese and most cheeses so that is my source of calcium. I eat cheese like nobody's business. Any food that isn't cheese is just a portal for cheese. I have six different kinds in the fridge at the moment.
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Soy milk.
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Any food that isn't cheese is just a portal for cheese. I have six different kinds in the fridge at the moment.
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Yep, kinda like that. Except I eat it "fancy shredded" out of a bowl, rather than a big chunk.
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Re: "Got Milk" pour it down the drain

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if I had children I would give them milk

and I would be concerned about how it was produced, hormones in particular


a few years back I became lactose intolerance
it was hard for me to accept
as a child I drank milk all the time, instead of water, soda, or juice

as a teenager I could drink a quart on a ten minute break


all that said, I now believe in America we drink too much dairy milk

the "Dairy Lobby" has a lot of influence

there is not much need for it once we are adults, it is most likely more harmful than beneficial

Thanks for your reply deep.

I think Americans drink too much 2% or low-fat milk.
*those diet sodas is a whole other thread

The "Dairy Lobby" has joined the Food Police pushing the skimmy milk trend.

And I believe that real milk is a good food for children and adults.


*sliding deep one ice cold glass of buttermilk

Take care
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Old 02-18-2007, 09:05 PM   #15
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I like milk The calf feeding leads me to another question.
Growing up outside the city you also can see how cows and other animals "reproduce".
How can we spare our children from this traumatizing experience?
like this:


I know, this is no cow
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