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    Bulls milk - another overlooked factor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Park View Post
    Bulls milk - another overlooked factor.
    I wonder why.

    Goat-milk: an evil invention of parents who hate their children and force them to drink endless quantities and supress their urge to vomit

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    Quote Originally Posted by lastrailway View Post
    I wonder why.

    Goat-milk: an evil invention of parents who hate their children and force them to drink endless quantities and supress their urge to vomit
    or for cow's milk-protein allergic infants
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    Quote Originally Posted by RansomedbyFire View Post
    Ummm.... you do realize that cow's milk can usually be substituted with coffee creamer and water, right?
    If I had coffee creamer, maybe. I don't buy that stuff, though, because it has hydrogenated oils in it. My milk doesn't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lastrailway View Post
    Goat-milk: an evil invention of parents who hate their children and force them to drink endless quantities and supress their urge to vomit
    Heh. Actually, my daughter got curious about goat milk and asked if we could get some. I can't quite bring myself to drink it (not sure why, it's probably healthier than cow milk) but she turned out to love it and requests it every once in awhile. We just tried hemp milk for the first time and it was rad. I do wonder how they milk the pot plants, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    Ew, omnivore milk, gah-ross!

    (Actually I made pancakes a few times with mine when I was out of cow)
    This is fascinating. Are you related to MacGyver?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FMWarner View Post
    This is fascinating. Are you related to MacGyver?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    Heh. Actually, my daughter got curious about goat milk and asked if we could get some. I can't quite bring myself to drink it (not sure why, it's probably healthier than cow milk) but she turned out to love it and requests it every once in awhile. We just tried hemp milk for the first time and it was rad. I do wonder how they milk the pot plants, though.
    It is not really that healthier. It is slightly richer in vitamin A and thiamin, and that's all.
    I personally find it disgusting, but I dislike all kinds of milk generally. In some countries people find it compulsory for their childern (and not because they've ever heard anything about cow's milk allergies).
    I guess human's milk is the most appropriate kind of milk for humans, even if it is not the most common ingredient of pancakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by lastrailway View Post
    It is not really that healthier. It is slightly richer in vitamin A and thiamin, and that's all.
    I personally find it disgusting, but I dislike all kinds of milk generally. In some countries people find it compulsory for their childern (and not because they've ever heard anything about cow's milk allergies).
    I guess human's milk is the most appropriate kind of milk for humans, even if it is not the most common ingredient of pancakes
    What I figured is that since far less goat milk gets produced than cow milk, that maybe goat milk doesn't suffer from the perils of mass-production on the same scale as cow milk. Milk is huge business in the US. Dairy cows are frequently on antibiotics for mastitis, and before they're diagnosed they're spilling somatic cells (aka pus) into the milk supply.
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    And what were you saying about hemp milk? I 've never heard of such a thing.

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