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Ribbit
Wednesday, October 8, 2008, 1:07am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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How do we get Dr. D to test raw milk?  I'd be willing to bet  the status would be different.


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Raw milk may very well test differently...  

I spent the first 18 years of my life drinking lots of raw cow's and goat's milk.  Of course, since my diet was 90% avoids, who knows how much I hurt because of it...


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for my teatimes I use 0,1% fatty milk, here the issue of
lactose also is not that toughy


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I usually don't drink milk at all. It has made me sick through the years, and its a little expensive. However, In our city you can get milk that is local(i.e. in kansas) and it comes in glass bottles. It Doesn't make me sick at all. On the dairy's website it mentions how plastics leach. Glass does not. Hmmm... any thoughts?
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Is it raw?


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Nope, it is pasturized, like all the rest.
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I wonder if the pasteurized milk is cooled before it's put into plastic jugs or if it's poured in hot and then cooled.  I know heating plastic causes a lot more chemicals to leach out.


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