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Goat's milk?

Hi guys

I haven't had milk for a year now.

That means i haven't had a cup of tea in a year! I've tried Vanilla, Coconut, Soya, Rice, Almond and Oat milk.

To be honest they are all pretty vile. Soya is the best but I've read some terrible things about the natural hormones in it :(

I'm wondering if goats milk is an option?

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Using it in my coffee as I type :) Just make sure you get some from a good farm - free range, humane, etc. It does have a different flavor, I did not like it at first, now I love it.

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But it's not just the hormones in cows' milk that causes acne, it's also the pasteurisation process.

The answer is to drink raw goats' milk (and to eat raw goats' cheese). There are other alternatives, but often the taste is compromised.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-45...l#ixzz11PaFWXbH

??

Surely it has to be raw ?

Pasteurized milk is associated with the following:

Allergies

Diarrhea

Cramps

Bloating

Gas

Gastrointestinal bleeding

Iron-deficiency anemia

Skin rashes

Increased tooth decay

Colic in infants

Growth problems in children

Osteoporosis

Arthritis

Heart disease

Atherosclerosis

Acne

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You think almond milk is vile? Are you buying it or making it yourself? If you're drinking that Almond Dream crap, then yeah..that stuff's bottom of the barrel as far as tastes goes...

I drink Unsweetened Almond Breeze and it's pretty darn tasty. Probably not the best alternative and you probably shouldn't drink a ton of it considering it is technically processed...but when you don't have the time and money to make the milk yourself, it isn't half bad.

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Goats milk is supposed to be more tolerable for many people than cows milk. Culturing the milk with friendly bacteria might make it even more tolerable.

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But it's not just the hormones in cows' milk that causes acne, it's also the pasteurisation process.

The answer is to drink raw goats' milk (and to eat raw goats' cheese). There are other alternatives, but often the taste is compromised.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-45...l#ixzz11PaFWXbH

??

Surely it has to be raw ?

Pasteurized milk is associated with the following:

Allergies

Diarrhea

Cramps

Bloating

Gas

Gastrointestinal bleeding

Iron-deficiency anemia

Skin rashes

Increased tooth decay

Colic in infants

Growth problems in children

Osteoporosis

Arthritis

Heart disease

Atherosclerosis

Acne

I was actually concerned about the treatment of the animal, not the acne, lol. But yeah, while raw is better, it is illegal in most of the US.

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