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    Cheese in my Milk?

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    Thought others may like to read and comment on this.... There are a lot if posts about milk quality here. Does this delicious sounding cheese waste have an effect on the milk? :(

    http://www.smh.com.au/national/health/cheese-waste-in-up-to-16-of-milk-20120416-1x3sq.html

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    Re: Cheese in my Milk?

    Must have been a slow news day for them to drag out the old bones of this one yet again ::)

    Permeate has been discussed here in quite a few threads. Try a quick search >>>^^^

    Choosing the right milk will help avoid it if youre concerned. There is none in A2 for example.

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    Re: Cheese in my Milk?

    "Little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffett eating her curds and whey (Permeate)". :)

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    Re: Cheese in my Milk?

    Quote Originally Posted by 02373A3D09153930303333560 link=1334595079/1#1 date=1334609397
    Must have been a slow news day for them to drag out the old bones of this one yet again ::)

    Permeate has been discussed here in quite a few threads. Try a quick search >>>^^^

    Choosing the right milk will help avoid it if youre concerned. There is none in A2 for example.
    Didnt mean to drag up an old subject - just never heard of it before... Have "they" always done this? If so, Ive never tasted the difference and the milk all seems to foam just fine. Ignorance is bliss I suppose... I am off to go check some other threads for more info on this delicious sounding permeate.....

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    Re: Cheese in my Milk?

    Whats better than a bowl of macaroni and cheese? One thats made with the goodness of milk, the zip of Canadian old Cheddar and all in one pot!




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