Real Milk

Filed under:General — eric @ 4:04 am

Welcome to A CAMPAIGN FOR REAL MILK! “Consumption of clean, unpasteurized, whole milk, additive-free organic dairy products from old fashioned pasture fed cows confers excellent health and promotes ecologically friendly farming.”

And, they’ve given me an idea for a short-term loop hole in Georgia’s dairy laws: goat cheese created for kitties’ consumption, sold at market.


  1. I wonder about the claims being made that “fresh” milk does not contribute to heart disease or cancer. How can these things be stated? Is it similar to the recent study stating that too much sleep is bad. Anecdodal evidence is not conclusive evidence that something is true.

    The born skeptic… ;)

    Comment by satan — 2/15/2002 @ 8:08 am

  2. Mmmm… Rich, satisfying milk-borne pathogens…

    Comment by Matt — 2/18/2002 @ 9:45 am

  3. Don’t listen to these Naysayers. I’ll eat your pathogen-laden, cancer-free goat cheese any day… Um… I mean my “kitties” will! ;-)

    Comment by Steve — 2/18/2002 @ 10:47 am

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