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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    If I had coffee creamer, maybe. I don't buy that stuff, though, because it has hydrogenated oils in it. My milk doesn't.
    So, you use breastmilk in your coffee, I suppose?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RansomedbyFire View Post
    So, you use breastmilk in your coffee, I suppose?
    Would there be something wrong with that? (No, I do not. I use cow or soy.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf View Post
    I didn't think that this thread could get any closers to totally disgusting the squeamish.
    Oh really?

    (btw, Ivy, I was kinda picking about the coffee creamer.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by RansomedbyFire View Post
    Oh really?

    (btw, Ivy, I was kinda picking about the coffee creamer.)
    Yes, really. Since that fake article has nothing to do with mammalian lactation, nor the products of such.
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    You know, all this makes me wonder about platypus milk. Now that stuff has to be naturally laced with LSD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    (Grr...now you have me stopping and thinking about dog milk. It must be late. Anyway here goes....)

    Well if you think about it, since both were domesticated then we can conclude that man has tried both dog milk and cow milk at some point and has decided to not continue drinking the dog milk (or cat milk or horse milk or...).
    Mare's milk was an important food source for practically every nomadic Asian tribe that ever came rampaging out of the east. A horse was a neat tool to have...it carried people and stuff, and turned inedible grass into edible milk and meat. The Scythians, the Mongols, the Tatars, and the Huns all drank horse milk (usually in the fermented form known today as kumis, which is still available by the way), and to this day in Turkey you can buy Airag, which is a horse milk cheese.

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    Platypus milk is an intriguing concept...

    Actually I read recently that monotremes are much "older" than either marsupial or placental mammals, and their form of lactation gives us some hints about how lactation came about. Evidently they have modified sweat glands that sort of ooze milk instead of a bone-fide breast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    Platypus milk is an intriguing concept...

    Actually I read recently that monotremes are much "older" than either marsupial or placental mammals, and their form of lactation gives us some hints about how lactation came about. Evidently they have modified sweat glands that sort of ooze milk instead of a bone-fide breast.
    Cool! So I guess to milk them you just have them run on a treadmill,lol.
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