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 No.14689

1% is best milk.
Obviously choccy is better, but milk without added shit.

 No.14690

>>14689
Raw milk masterrace

 No.14691

Unhomogenized milk. Homogenization disperses the cream in a milk so it doesn't rise to the top, making it easier to be absorbed by the body and therefore making you fatter. I was lucky enough to grow up near a dairy farm so I could drink unhomogenized milk and I was much healthier for it.

 No.14692

anyone that says skim should be sent to the gallows

 No.14693

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 No.14695

>>14689
Full Cream or neck yaself, cunt.

 No.14696

>>14691
>>14690
Can't you die from drinking raw milk?

 No.14697

>>14696
Raw milk spoils faster than pasteurized/homogenized milk so it has to be fresh, but otherwise no Shlomo, you can't.

 No.14698

>>14697
>addendum
Raw milk doesn't even cause a reaction in lactose intolerant individuals, because raw milk contains the enzymes necessary to properly digest the milk.

 No.14704

>>14696
Just boil it before consumption but no, don't drink it directly from the udder.

 No.14705

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>>14704
>boil it
That's retarded. That's what pasteurization is. You're destroying essential enzymes and rendering the overwhelming majority of the protein insoluble.

Kids, don't be this anon

 No.14706

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>>14705
>You're destroying essential enzymes and rendering the overwhelming majority of the protein insoluble.
It makes sense, nothing more natural and pure than straight from the udder.
Cow mom and Applejack know best.

 No.14708

>>14706
Thats exactly the point.
Okay, I'll acknowledge that pasteurization can address any issues if you're dealing with a sick or diseased cow, but why would you take milk from a sick or diseased cow? If a cow was sick, the farmer wouldn't sell the milk because that's his reputation on the line.
Beyond that, pasteurization only benefits industrialized dairy. Mass-production milking facilities - even when they don't use growth hormones and stimulants - are rife with contaminants in spite of (or perhaps because of?) agricultural antibiotics. Also, the extended shelf life.
If you look at milk on a nutritional level, raw milk surpasses pasteurized milk (of whatever fat percentage) on a scale that is almost scary.
But by all means (to those who are wont) keep drinking your choccy milk, what could go wrong? You couldn't possibly be drinking (((their))) milk could you?

 No.14709

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>>14708
>You couldn't possibly be drinking (((their))) milk could you?
Yup. Time to stop cooperating with the (((System))), if possible.

>Fresh, Unprocessed (Raw) Whole Milk: Safety, Health and Economic Issues

>PROTECTIVE COMPONENTS: Raw milk contains numerous components that assist in:
>Killing pathogens in the milk (lactoperoxidase, lactoferrin, leukocytes, macrophages, neutrophils, antibodies, medium chain fatty acids, lysozyme, B12 binding protein, bifidus factor, beneficial bacteria);
>Preventing pathogen absorption across the intestinal wall (polysaccharides, oligosaccharides, mucins, fibronectin, glycomacropeptides, bifidus factor, beneficial bacteria);
>Strengthening the Immune System (lymphocytes, immunoglobulins, antibodies, hormones and growth factors) (Scientific American, December 1995; British J of Nutrition, 2000:84(Suppl. 1):S3-S10, S75-S80, S81-S89).
>PASTEURIZATION HARMFUL: Many of these anti-microbial and immune-enhancing components are greatly reduced in effectiveness by pasteurization, and completely destroyed by ultra-pasteurization (Scientific American, December 1995; British J of Nutrition, 2000:84(Suppl. 1):S3-S10, S75-S80, S81-S89).
http://www.realmilk.com/safety/fresh-unprocessed-raw-whole-milk/
https://www.realmilk.com/

 No.14711

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>>14709
Information where to find raw milk and derivatives.
https://www.realmilk.com/real-milk-finder/

 No.15031

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>>14689
>Rockefellers role in the ban on RAW MILK [Ratatosk]
https://www.bitchute.com/video/moqLWo8jLzPI

 No.15032

>>15031
Every. Single. Damned. Time. Fucking hell.

 No.15033

>>14709
What about filtered milk, or organic milk?

 No.15034

>>15033
By definition, raw milk is the top highest quality organic milk.
On the other hand, I don't know what's filtered milk.

 No.15038

>>14697
actually afaik it doesn't "spoil", when homo pasteurized milk spoils its inedible, but raw milk just naturally becomes buttermilk, which is used in lots of recipes



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