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Originally posted by defcon5
reply to post by marg6043
Originally posted by defcon5
Though raw milk is highly-regulated or even banned in much of the western world, members of the British royal family consume the purportedly unsafe dairy product. If raw milk is safe enough for Queen Elizabeth II, then why is it inaccessible for so many of her constituents?
Raw milk was the only form of milk the world knew until pasteurization was developed in the late 1890′s to eliminate harmful bacteria. Pasteurization can prevent diseases tuberculosis and scarlet fever; it can eliminate salmonella and e. coli. But with the good can also come the bad, according to raw milk advocates. Much of the natural health properties contained in milk can be eliminated in the pasteurization process. In fact, most people suffering from lactose intolerance wouldn’t have a problem consuming raw milk.
But, even though raw milk can have a higher nutritional value, it can still spread disease and contain harmful bacteria. Not so fast, claim raw milk proponents – with proper humane and hygienic treatment, the risk of disease in cows is minimal
Queen Elizabeth drinks her milk raw. She reportedly thinks so highly of unpasteurized milk that, when her grandsons Princes William and Harry were students at Eton, she instructed herdsman Adrian Tomlinson to bottle up raw milk from her Windsor herd and deliver it to them at school.
with proper humane and hygienic treatment, the risk of disease in cows is minimal
that waiver is meaningless without proper wording and compliance with applicable state law.
Originally posted by Chadwickus
reply to post by Danbones
Goats cheese is becoming quite popular here, haven't tried it yet though.
Do remember trying to milk a goat once, was difficult and she kept staring at me like goats do, was awkward for us both
Originally posted by Danbones
reply to post by Dragoon01
as you will find if you go to the "PROOF" links posted by Chad:
(excellent research skills there Chad I will say that...I mean that honestly right or wrong)
the ALLEGED charge is his bail was obtained illegally because the sale of raw milk is illegal
all of this has yet to be proved
i didn't see sovreign citizen amoungest the charges
they show NO evidence of tainted milk, or sick consumers in the CHARGE sheet pdf he posted as proof the man was quilty.
the man is out on BAIL, this only happens pre trial
the charge sheet only shows he is ACCUSED of violating burrocraptic regulations
one would expect jurisprudence to prevail before punishment and not after
that is the increasing trend that has us pro raw milk folks fuming the most
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Originally posted by OldCorp
If there was any real law enforcement left in this country, those making the comments would be hunted down and prosecuted; but they're too busy running guns, seizing raw milk from the Amish, and feeling up grandma at the airport.
"Just look at us. Everything is backwards; everything is upside down. Doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, universities destroy knowledge, governments destroy freedom, the major media destroy information, and religions destroy spirituality." ~ Michael Ellner