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    raw milk

    Does anybody have a source where to buy raw/not pasteurized , grass-fed milk around Bangkok ?

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    Why do you want raw milk? I used to get it in Pak Chong before.

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    Yes.....

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    Ask at your local dairy farm.

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    Chok Chai farms north of Bangkok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebbu View Post
    Why do you want raw milk? I used to get it in Pak Chong before.
    thx for the tip.
    pasteurized milk is just dead and for no good use. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    Ask at your local dairy farm.
    well, i don't think there is any in bangkok or its outskirts.
    do you know any in samut prakan?

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    i think Charleyboy did a thread on it. search for him, im on my phone and its a chore

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    Quote Originally Posted by soi23 View Post
    Chok Chai farms north of Bangkok.
    as far as i know chi chai and dairy home sell only pasteurized.

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    buy yourself a cow and pour straight from the udder

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    Quote Originally Posted by herrchibi
    as far as i know chi chai and dairy home sell only pasteurized.
    Why the hell do you not want pasteurized milk?

    Are you trying to make yourself sick as fuck?

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    Quote Originally Posted by herrchibi View Post
    Does anybody have a source where to buy raw/not pasteurized , grass-fed milk around Bangkok ?
    How far are you willing to travel to get unpasteurised milk?

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    Just ask where your nearest cooperative milk collection depot is and go there. There's bound to be one.
    Mine gives away free their unpasteurized milk if there's a problem with keeping the milk cool ie lorry breakdown etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slick
    Why the hell do you not want pasteurized milk?
    Why must you be so ill informed?


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    Bsnub calling me I'll informed on this subject is downright hilarious.

    Spent the first 15 years of my life on a catttle farm in Texas.

    Someone drinking unpasteurized milk straight from the udder here in Thailand is really asking for it.

    But hey if a YouTube vid is all the convincing you need, by all means expose yourself to a ridiculous amount of bacteria & parasites.

    Be sure to give vaccines a miss as well. Especially for children.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slick
    I'll informed


    Quote Originally Posted by Slick
    a ridiculous amount of bacteria & parasites.
    I like to know where my food comes from I don't always drink raw milk unless I know which dairy it came from. Usually the milk I get comes in a glass bottle from a local dairy and is low heat pasteurized and not homogenized. The cream rises to the top.

    Quote Originally Posted by Slick
    Be sure to give vaccines a miss as well.
    Nope not me.

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    Yep. I did a thread on it and was advised by many members here not to drink it.

    A friend of mine had been drinking the milk for many weeks, he looked fit and healthy...he sadly passed away. RIP Coconut Dave.

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    "Before the widespread urban growth caused by industrialization, people kept dairy cows even in urban areas and the short time period between production and consumption minimized the disease risk of drinking raw milk. As urban densities increased and supply chains lengthened to the distance from country to city, raw milk (often days old) became recognised as a source of disease. For example, between 1912 and 1937 some 65,000 people died of tuberculosis contracted from consuming milk in England and Wales alone. In the early 1900s, in Arizona, Jane H. Rider "publicized the link between infant mortality and contaminated milk, and finally convinced the dairy industry to pasteurize milk."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slick
    Someone drinking unpasteurized milk straight from the udder here in Thailand is really asking for it.
    I agree, and so does science.
    I'd be worried about TB as it exists in Thailand, and also listeria.

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    Goat's milk is a much better idea.

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    This is such a contentious issue... I love milk, one of my favorite foods on earth..

    BUT... modern wisdom suggests we shouldn't really consume it.. yes, it's the perfect food...

    For Calves/cows...


    it's just not designed for human consumption (human breast milk is)...

    Please convince me otherwise.. my opinion on this is not set in stone.. I would love to consume more milk, but have switched to Almond and Soy milk *supposedly much healthier alternatives..

    Food for thought...





    Oh, and milk actually is not related to strengthening of bones, quite the opposite in fact..

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    I watched a documentary the other day telling me we need cows milk as much as we need giraffes milk

    What am i supposed to put on my cornflakes then Dicky?

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    Oh for your information Dicky, soy milk is full of female hormones and gay enzymes

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