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surely it depends of what TYPE of yoghurt you eat?
Thank you Health guru, for Sharing this!
I love greek yogurt. Very high in complete protein(all essential amino acids).
For all you vegan nazis, people on family farms, take as good care of their cows and chickens as if they were their own pets, very nearly.
Milking, helps to relieve the utter of the cow who is lactating. Ask any pregnant woman about swollen, painful breasts(from the milk production).
What possible harm is it to the cow to drink her milk or make cheese from it? What possible harm is it to the chicken who lays unfertile eggs whether or not you take them for food?
Where is the evil that you so desperately are looking for? Its not there. It is you and your unyielding philosophy that all humans who use animal product are inately, evil.
I eat meat too, organic. How about that? Not often, but fish is something my body needs and is completely designed for its consumption.
To each their own. There are a variety of proteins out there and one can clearly see the alternatives (other protein videos listed above) with something for everyone. If some of you don't want to use cow's milk then the video about quinoa and protein could possibly interest you.
But, no...some have to carp on about how we are 'vampires' if we drink milk. Not everyone is vegan, please get over the fact that others are different! Some of us get milk, yogurt from organic sources and don't even look at factory farms. Not good enough for you? Not vegan enough? Too bad but we follow our own paths. We don't all fit in the same cookie cutter and yes, we still care about animals. So the endless lectures get tedious. If using no animal products is your path, then follow it. The rest of us will follow ours. There are even dairy farms that don't 'gross you out' as one puts it as they don't separate calves from mothers and even keep the males. And yes, some of us move our muscles, kayak, work out, etc. We even use organic honey.
good to know
surely there are other options to explore. i'll continue with whats working for me.
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Great pudding recipe--thanks!
thanks for sharing
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