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When Did Milk Become Bad for You?

Kevin690 Wrote: Aug 13, 2012 9:03 AM
I agree. I'm more than happy to drink raw (a/k/a real) milk. I just have to get past the food gestapo to obtain any, but I've been drinking it all my 45 years. The key is to find a reliable farmer who will sell it to you, and inspect his facilities for cleanliness and the cows' access to fresh pasture.
mrhoagie Wrote: Aug 13, 2012 10:23 AM
Many states observe the contracts between a farmer and his consumer in the form of a "herd share" contract. Contracts keep the state from infringing upon our ability to consume what we want in the milk department. With that being said I don't like the state telling anyone what they can and cannot consume.
Last week, as I entered Union Station Metro station in Washington, I saw ads for what appeared to be First Lady Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move” campaign. It was a series of three ads, the first said: “Let’s move hot dogs out of school lunch.” Okay, fine, because, let’s face it, while hot dogs may be scrumptious and all-beef, they look like small batons of questionable meat.

The second ad said: “Let’s move cheese out of school lunch.” I mean, I guess. Cheese, while a good source of calcium (and delicious), is not necessarily the healthiest thing in the world....