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12-07-2004, 12:48 PM
I just recvd. Robert Cohen's newletter,notmilk.com guy, and he recently did a very interesting interview. Here is the link:
12-07-2004, 12:54 PM
Wow, thank you for that link!
Helen Of Tennessee
12-07-2004, 02:01 PM
Thanks Curtis :D
It's a very indepth interview! I have added this to my other "milk" articles.
<>< Helen of Tennessee
12-13-2004, 11:28 AM
I am really enjoying my day - Actually, it started yesterday about 3:15 at McKays grocery store/ market shopping with hubby. Andrew was gone, so we were going to do our own little things at home - well, I offered to make him some of his favorite dishes, that are made from milk products, like yogurt, etc.. dips and the like and he was firm in his constant nope - not interested -My vegetarian husband has decided to give up the milk products foods he loves like ice cream (now I do frozen fruit through the champion, which he loves), no traditional cake or pie, y'all I am loving this :o) well, here is why:
Robert Cohen - and a specific statement from another article:
The language that appealed to him was : Each day, a typical dairy cow filters 10,000 quarts of blood through her udder. The average quart of milk sold in America in 2003 contained 322 million dead white blood cells.
Because he has such a vivid imagination (one of the reasons we are married today - another time for that conversation :D, but it is an umm umm good one ), and he has the ability to create holigrams in his head - and that one did him in! Yep, now of course, he did have a talk with me about not being 100% raw and what am I going to do - but that is another thread, another time and yes, I am still smiling :D
Thanks Curtis for the post as, I am sending this to him as well. No more bleu cheese, no more cheese nips, no more candy - aw, I must get the kitchen and create for him - I love this!
Make it great today y'all
12-13-2004, 12:35 PM
That is wonderful new Sweet lips, I am starting to see myself if we live this in front of folks and answer their questions when they have them, many will start to see the truth in eating for good health.
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