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    Lucky I stick to Almond milk and giraffe milk, then innit

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZdick1983
    I would love to consume more milk, but have switched to Almond and Soy milk
    It certainly says youve gone over to soy milk there Dicky and the first part of your sentence where you say youd like to swallow more milk....

    Would that be ......

    Full fat Man Milk

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    Got me some of that Marc Almond milk Dicky....Soon see what its like on the cornflakes



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    The kernel's secret recipe, no doubt.



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    Dill's a cereal killer...




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    I saw a bottle, about 300 ml, in Big C the other day. Labeled, "Raw Milk".

    On a side note, a few months ago I saw a brand of milk that I hadn't seen before. Labeled simply "Milk", I bought a 2l. It's good. real milk, not reconstituted powdered milk. I have been buying it ever since.
    Another side note: We were away for a week for the funeral and when we got home my half bottle of Milk milk was sour in the fridge. I left it out of the fridge, and the next day it was well and truly curdled. I strained it in a synthetic sports t-shirt, then let it drain for a day and got wonderful tasting, firm cottage cheese. I used some on a sandwich with ham, and I used heaps on a pork chop. Well worth the little effort to make the cottage cheese. Got a little bit left.

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    Can you guys give me the definitive low-down on milk... is it, or is it not, good for you/me?

    So much conflicting advice about dairy products... I'd say, 70% wisdom says it's evil... 30% wisdom says it's still ok...

    How come we can send men to the moon.. split the atom, and invent fleshlights, but we can't fucking decide on simple nutritional advice?

    So tired of Science... 1 week.. coffee is bad.. next, it's good... wine is bad, now it's good... you get my point...

    I think I'm going to take my nutrition to the next level in Japan.. buy a masticating juicer (not centrifugal juicer)... go nuts on juicing... probably the single best thing we can all do for complete health IMHO...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Got me some of that Marc Almond milk Dicky....Soon see what its like on the cornflakes


    Just saw a meme, can't be bothered getting the pic.
    Sam Elliot: What the fukc is almond milk?
    Ashton Kutcher: It's milk.
    Sam Elliot: Show me the tit on an almond.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZdick1983
    How come we can send men to the moon.. split the atom, and invent fleshlights, but we can't fucking decide on simple nutritional advice?
    Of course we can. Problem is that too many people believe simplified shit on the internet because they're too dumb to understand the science.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZdick1983
    buy a masticating juicer (not centrifugal juicer)

    The key to juicing is the enzymes that you get out of the fruit and veg. There is a misconception that centrifugal juicers cause friction which kills the enzymes. This is not true as it requires at temp of 48c to kill them. My lady and I juice almost every day with a centrifugal juicer and it works just fine for our needs. But if you want to spend three times as much be my guest.

    BTW milk is good for you as long as you do not drink it by the boat load. My grocer sells the milk pictured below and it comes from a local dairy. Very healthy.


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    ^ Looks great, Bsnub.

    Yeah, centrifugal are fine (as long as they don't heat the juice too much)... we had one - donated it to a friend last week, before our exodus to Japan.

    Main reason we will buy a masticating juicer, is its ability to extract more juice from veges.. so will be more economical in the long-run. Domestic models are quite cheap in Japan (around $180 NZ)... under 5,000 baht.

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    Well. I havent touched cows milk since going almond. The missus remarked today that she can get both arms around me on the bike now



    I didnt realise there were so many different milks



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    Hello,

    I need some because I want to make my own Indian paneer cheese.

    Or maybe I could do it with pasteurized milk ?




    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    The missus remarked today that she can get both arms around me on the bike now
    Not bad looking though.


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    Ahhh my home town girl, Rachel Hunter.... short stumpy arms on her....

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    I need some because I want to make my own Indian paneer cheese.
    Where I live there are many milk farms but 'will they sell you some? Just a case of locating one and asking. Failing that look for their cooperative depot to which they sell to. And then it's a case of 'will they sell it to you' due to the dangers associated with the consumption of unpasteurized milk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JournalistsAreLiars View Post
    I need some because I want to make my own Indian paneer cheese.

    Or maybe I could do it with pasteurized milk ?

    You can do this with pasteurized milk. No problem.


    If you were doing regular cheese making using rennet, you need raw milk. Pasteurized and UH milk won't work.

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    Dill will be along shortly... he's the milk man...

    where are ya jizz boy!!??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    Where I live there are many milk farms but 'will they sell you some? Just a case of locating one and asking. Failing that look for their cooperative depot to which they sell to. And then it's a case of 'will they sell it to you' due to the dangers associated with the consumption of unpasteurized milk.
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    Thank you, but are you sure ? Why kind of pasteurized I can use ? All recipes online use raw milk ?!

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