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Re: How raw milk became a Republican

Posted by LuchAAA on Sun Jun 23 22:44:04 2024, in response to Re: How raw milk became a Republican, posted by Stephen Bauman on Sun Jun 23 20:32:24 2024.

You're lucky enough to have enjoyed good cheese like that.

Sometimes people tell me that farmers have to do something to make milk last longer on shelves. Something, as in processing like pasteurization or homogenation.

A former farmer in the Poconos told me this. She was raised on a dairy farm there, until about 1958. She thinks that the raw milk sold in Pennsylvania is minimally processed as much as they can get away with and still say it's raw. Her point is that the milk would go bad fast if it wasn't.

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