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    (Original post by Iluvatar)
    Sorry, it had to be said...

    Did it? Did it really?
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    (Original post by Moloktis)
    isnt it supposed to be cleaned first???
    It was filtered through a sort of sieve thing to get rid of the foam. That was it, I think.
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    (Original post by gonnabavet)
    Did it? Did it really?
    Yes, and it was my duty, as a mature person, to say it before someone else lowered the tone with it...
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    (Original post by Iluvatar)
    Yes, and it was my duty, as a mature person, to say it before someone else lowered the tone with it...

    Ah, then I should thank you!
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    (Original post by gonnabavet)
    Hmm, it's supposed to be pasteurised isn't it? :confused:
    If you want to keep it from going off for a long time you can pasteurise it to get the boring supermarket milk. But fresh milk isn't harmful, although I don't think you can give it to babies 'cause their immune system can't take all the "friendly bacteria".
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    (Original post by TheVlad)
    If you want to keep it from going off for a long time you can pasteurise it to get the boring supermarket milk. But fresh milk isn't harmful, although I don't think you can give it to babies 'cause their immune system can't take all the "friendly bacteria".
    You can get Malaria from unpasturised cows milk :eek:
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    (Original post by gonnabavet)
    Hmm, it's supposed to be pasteurised isn't it? :confused:
    It doesn't have to be no. Before pasteurisation was invented do you think they didn't drink milk? It is just a safety precaution, to get rid of any bacteria that may have been introduced between milking and bottling. Straight from the cow is pretty safe though.
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    (Original post by AMM)
    It doesn't have to be no. Before pasteurisation was invented do you think they didn't drink milk? It is just a safety precaution, to get rid of any bacteria that may have been introduced between milking and bottling. Straight from the cow is pretty safe though.

    Fair enough. I don't drink milk anyway, but yeh, good point about the days before pasteurisation. Duh!
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    (Original post by SilverWings)
    You can get Malaria from unpasturised cows milk :eek:
    Perhaps if you live in Africa somewhere but the Ukrainian (or any European) countryside isn't known for its malaria infested cows.
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    (Original post by gonnabavet)
    Ah, then I should thank you!
    Yes, of course
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    I've milked a goat.

    Not very well, but I did it.
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    Ive spent hours milking sheep! (im not joking when i was lambing we would have to milk ewes of excess colustrum or colostrum to tube back to the lambs if they werent feeding)
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    Of course I've milked a cow. I've milked thousands of cows.
    And this Friday I am getting to milk a goat!!!!
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    (Original post by flawless)
    This question may seem random but i just wondered what its like, mayb coz am slightly wierd. But i don't think i wud like 2 do it, its just so very very wrong.

    I drink milk though.
    I once helped my sister out in the milking parlor at her college and did a bit of milking before the machines took over.
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    I one saw a cow.
 
 
 
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