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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by JayFreddy, Jul 24, 2018.
And it doubles are yer escape goat.
I guess it is cool these days to be a "disrupter".
I don't think so. Disruption is a bad thing. As in bad = bad.
If you felt the gastric distress that I feel after drinking milk products you might not be so quick to judge.
And, logically speaking, disruption is not necessarily bad. For example, in the famous pedophile case here in Pennsylvania where graduate assistant Mike McQueary walked in on Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky molesting a child in the shower, McQueary somewhat disrupted the sexual assault. He reported the action to head coach Joe Paterno, but he is criticized for not doing more at that moment in time to actually stop the action in progress and bring the child to safety. So in this case disruption can be a good thing.
But I digress. Milk.....
if only cows can give milk........then where does Venesuelan Beavers Cheese come from?
This is what the 1996 UK Food Labeling Regulations state. Basically, 'Milk' means cow's milk. Anything else has to be accompanied by the name of that animal. I guess they need to update it to include plant based milks.
Will Captain Beefheart have to issue a correction? (RIP Cap'n!)
As it so happens I just did a piece on exactly this subject. Soy milk....pleeeese
So if the dairy industry is milking the FDA for ways to increase market share, then profit is milk.
Does that make the FDA a cow?
Or more of a teat?
Given that the FDA has been milked by other food industry lobbyists to allow sources and ingredients to be left off the labeling so that stuff we don't want in our food can be sold to us without our knowledge, I think it's safe to say the FDA is not primarily interested in keeping consumers informed of the content of the foods on the shelves.
Not only are GMOs now secret ingredients, but also meats produced and processed in countries like China where the food handling and inspection laws are lax, can be sold to the consumer without identification of source.
NOW we’re getting somewhere!
YEAH ! WATTA BOUT GOATS MILK YOGURT, HUH!
I've always had a place in my heart that greasy lump of soft and filth coal. great post.
CANUCKISTAN ! priceless , you make the very funny, so good.
What's more humorous than use of the word "milk," is the use of the word "almond" in almond milk.
There's very little almond in there, and almost no protein.
Almond Breeze recalled because it might contain ... milk.