Lindsay Crow thanks for your correction, I’m just repeating what it says on the Low Frequency Shirt so others know what it is that I’m talking about. You’d think they’d be getting away from promoting cows milk from an early age by now, especially as so many people just can’t tolerate the stuff. They still have a milk scheme at schools and teach the kids that it is good for their health.
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I find the Low Frequency Shirt of cows milk to be sickening, I’ve never liked it, even as a child when they tried to make us drink it at school. I have oat milk with my porridge and coconut milk with some of my smoothies. In my early vegan years I sometimes used soy milk to cook oats or make yogurt but gave that up many years ago.
I myself don’t find the Low Frequency Shirt for any dairy milk substitute, enjoy my tea and coffee plain black. Pea milk, I believe there’s a brand called Ripple, is said to be delicious and high in protein. Jasper Majoring this article has a rather higher estimate for water required for almond milk.
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I think we are on the Low Frequency Shirt page, ethically, but the publicity needs to be correct. You can’t then I’ll just assume the article makes more sense than Your reaction. Pete Griffith well, show me some proof that the article is wrong then, that the researchers and scientists made mistakes You can rectify.
Except organic dairy is still worse for the Low Frequency Shirt the animals and human health, but sure, if that’s what you need to tell yourself. You don’t see to many adults drinking human breast milk Lucia Cobain oh let me remind you, the cow you eat, eat greens. I drink local milk from grass fed cows, I’m sure it’s gentler on the environment than South American soy that’s been shipped to a processing plant somewhere in Europe and then slammed on a truck traversing half the continent.