The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 14
Life ain't nothing' but a funny, funny riddle...
Posted By: Edna O+
In Response To: Re: Country Boy! (Gary O)
...thank God I'm a country boy! -John Denver-
I have never tasted RAW milk. I wonder if it is qualitatively different in taste/texture than commercial milk. If I were Type B, I might explore trying this. Since I'm Type O plus having an idiosyncracy that milk grosses me out, I think I'll leave it alone.
I know one thing: When I worked as a volunteer on an Israeli kibbutz one summer, the cottage cheese that they made there on their own farm, fresh from the cow, without commerical processing, was outta this world! You combine that with their homegrown, fresh tomatos, and you are talking fantastic!
It is amazing how different any food in it's fresh, whole state is from the unrecognizable, adulterated stuff we find on the supermarket shelf under bright lights. I mean, the difference between a store-bought tomato and a homegrown, Maryland or NJ beefsteak tomato is that the two don't even seem to be from the same planet, let alone the same species. When people tell me they don't like tomatos, I always query them as to whether they have actually ever eaten a REAL tomato. The store-bought ones don't count.
Wonder if raw milk versus commerical is the same thing...but not enough to check it out, what if raw milk is WORSE?
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Scott (O-) -- Tuesday, 20 June 2000, at 2:53 p.m.
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