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    On an semi-related note. Yak milk has a decidely PINK caste to it. It's not bad either.


    "See? That right there is why I check your vagina for traps every time we're about to have sex."

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    no Yaks local to me so I'll have to take your word...
    ***I'm quiet in a homicidal yet to kill people sorta way***

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    • #3
      Heck, people raise all sorts of beasties in this state. I bet I could get a hold of some from a local. I think a schoolmate's folks had yaks on their emu ranch.
      O, then, I see Queen Mab hath been with you.

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      • #4
        i.... don't think i'd be comfy drinking pink milk.

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        • #5
          why not I drink it all the time.... well some of the time... though it's strawberry flavored..
          ***I'm quiet in a homicidal yet to kill people sorta way***

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          • #6
            euuuuuwwwwwwww. i dunno. it just grosses me out. i can't drink some brands of milk cause they seem more yelow then white white to me too.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Leffy View Post
              euuuuuwwwwwwww. i dunno. it just grosses me out. i can't drink some brands of milk cause they seem more yelow then white white to me too.
              Well bovine milk takes on a more or less yellow caste to it depending on what the cows that produced it were eating.

              Ultra chalk white milk comes from dairy cows that have been fed nothing but ultra-processed crap with no distinctive character. Then it's been over processed, ultra-pasteurized and over-homogenized to the point of being little more than white coloured water.

              Arguably, the best cow butter in the world comes from an area of france which have fields which are flooded by seawater for part of the year.


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              • #8
                Goat takes some acquiring. One of the food stores here, Winco, has a brand that starts with an H I can never remember. All dairy product of that brand I won't touch. Period. Ew. Other than that, I'm pretty open to trying most anything. Most.
                O, then, I see Queen Mab hath been with you.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Sehson View Post
                  why not I drink it all the time.... well some of the time... though it's strawberry flavored..
                  YES! Ive known people who've never even heard of strawberry milk. Which is astonishing since it is superior to chocolate milk in every way!

                  Chocolate milkshakes on the other hand are better then strawberry.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by RazorJAK View Post
                    Well bovine milk takes on a more or less yellow caste to it depending on what the cows that produced it were eating.

                    Ultra chalk white milk comes from dairy cows that have been fed nothing but ultra-processed crap with no distinctive character. Then it's been over processed, ultra-pasteurized and over-homogenized to the point of being little more than white coloured water.

                    Arguably, the best cow butter in the world comes from an area of france which have fields which are flooded by seawater for part of the year.
                    Yes I would argue that...Having used French butter I think I can honestly say I think ours is creamier and provides a better taste while cooking. Lol made me a pain in the flat I stayed in when I was in London as I bake something every few days, and if they wanted my baked goods I made them buy NZ butter. French butter however is a vast improvement over English butter. To be fair to me though our butter wasn't that much dearer than butter produced closer.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Queen_Sarah_Sunshine View Post
                      Yes I would argue that...Having used French butter I think I can honestly say I think ours is creamier and provides a better taste while cooking. Lol made me a pain in the flat I stayed in when I was in London as I bake something every few days, and if they wanted my baked goods I made them buy NZ butter. French butter however is a vast improvement over English butter. To be fair to me though our butter wasn't that much dearer than butter produced closer.
                      I didn't say ALL french butter. :-D

                      The butter I am referring to generally doesn't ever make it on the market. High class restaurants buy it before it's even made.

                      ... Some of the best butter I've had use of since moving back to Michigan is actually churned fairly close to home. I could do without the preachy packaging.(*) But other than that, the stuff is fantastic.

                      (*) The packaging has more bible verses than ingredients.


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                      • #12
                        Seeing how this thread has succesfully stayed on topic for far too long (I was going to put "in my opinion" here but since I wouldn't be posting if it wasn't my opinion I decided not to) I will now try to purposefly (spelling?) derail it.


                        Ahem. Your MOM has more bible verses than ingredients!

                        Oh. Snap.

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                        • #13
                          *checks contract*


                          >.<

                          D'OH

                          *sigh*

                          OH NO HE DI-N'T!!

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                          • #14
                            XD I have nothing more to contribute. lol
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