Whats the best kind of milk?
In terms of macros as well as other nutrients what do you bros think I should drink?
I usually just pick up cheap light milk because of the low fat/carbs, and decent protien.
What do you bros drink?
I know a lot of you support full cream, why?
Whats the point of having the extra fat?
What am i missing?
Should i drink nut [no homo] milk?
Whole milk here would go for fresh raw milk if I could get a hole of it. The anti-cow milk industry is 25% bleeding heart pussy boy vegans and 25% man children who "don't like milk" 50% whatever you call those inferior people who can't tolerate milk and it's all 100% faggotry. Drink your milk son. Real milk.
lactose intolerance == evolution showing us the weak
I love when faggots point out that milk is for baby cows, as if there was some universal law stating such. They evolved that way? oh, ok. Every fruit that has a seed evolved for animals to ingest the seeds, shit them out, and then the seed would grow into a new plant, using the fertilizer it is in as well. A lot of seeds will never grow unless they are heated and given an acid bath, as they would be in the GI tract. No seeded plant evolved for human beings to eat them, because we do not eat the seeds; and if we do, we often destroy the seed in the process by chewing thoroughly. They evolved to be eaten by stupid fucking animals. If milk is for baby cows, then fruit is for literally every animal on earth except humans.
>emotional and physical suffering for cows
Isn't the milking process actually a physical relief for cows? I'm not saying any aspect leading up to or following this process is justified/humane/feelsgoodman, but I get the sense that the actual act of milking is something of a relief for the cow.
it's great man
Considering a good Holstein cow will produce 100 lbs of milk a day, I don't think she's drinking close to 200,000 gallons of water a day.
I don't know what point you're trying to make anyway.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Somatic_cell_count explains what the "pus" actually is. If there's blood in the milk, that cow's milk is gonna be dumped and not put in the tank with the other cows' milk.
Same shit in H-E-B (Texas grocery chain). $1.77 for a 1/2 gallon fat free milk and $2.57 for the same amount of the almond milk of the same brand. And almond milk has no protons, so I see no reasons to drink it at all
>in order for cows to produce milk, they need to artificially impregnate them, and then take away their babies.
You do realize that they'd do it for delicious stakes anyway right?
he's upping the steaks
>there are people browsing /fit/ that thinks calcium from milk prevents osteoporosis
> coconut milk
> almond milk
> soy milk
> whole cow milk
excellent source of a wide array of nutrients. literally every negative point made in op's pic is almost entirely false
This shit right here. More protein, less sugar, and no lactose. Also has lactase enzymes added in for better digestion. Tastes great too.
pretty much replaced milk completely with that.
that's funny, I've drank whole milk GOMAD for over 6 months now and my hips are fucking huge and I got gyno
The chickens will produce eggs no problem. The goat needs to be continuously impregnated to produce milk, just remember that. At least goat kid meat is gorgeous so you get both milk and meat from the process.
What? I used to have a female goat as a kid and she only had to have a baby once and kept producing milk until she died. Was that abnormal? I haven't had livestock in about ten years so my memory on how to care for them is fuzzy.
Human breast milk is obviously best, you're all fucking faggots
Unless the oats are soaked then cooked first, oat milk will be filled with the phytotoxins that are always in raw oats. They affect protein digestion and nutrient uptake at best, and actively damage your digestive system at worst. There's nothing wrong with eating properly prepared oats, but there undoubtedly is bad stuff in commercial oat milk because companies love to skip essential steps in treating grains to neutralize their phytotoxins.
To be honest I'm not sure how they remove gluten from oats, so I don't want to definitively speak on what they did to process them. If they're normal dry oats then I'd just play it safe and soak and cook them still.
That doesn't mean phytotoxins don't cause issues still, especially in nutrient and protein uptake. The shit won't kill you, but if you want to get the most nutrition out of the oats then you need to prepare them right.
Yes anon. Beans. BEANS:
>It is found in the highest concentrations in uncooked red kidney beans and white kidney beans (also known as cannellini), and it is also found in lower quantities in many other types of green beans and other common beans (Phaseolus vulgaris), as well as broad beans (Vicia faba) such as fava beans. It has a number of physiological effects and is used in medical research. In high doses, it is a toxin.
My family grew up on milk (2 cups with dinner every night). Most people say, "Make sure you eat your vegetables so you can grow up and be big and strong." My parents said, "Make sure you drink your milk (...)."
No gyno and it's not like we were drinking organic.
I learned about this in an environmental class I had to take when I went to a shit liberal arts college. Basically, first world countries have a boner for beef even though it is one of the most unsustainable food sources available.
China is buying up all the good agricultural land (a very scarce resource), essentially strip mining and desertifying it with shitty farming practices to produce beef, and then dumping it when it's used up. Same thing happens in Brazil.
It's a good thing that lots of small-scale farmers are realizing that their farm needs to be sustainable and even rejuvenative, not just profitable.
>implying that you can compare eating plants or plant seeds with drinking cow milk
>implying that you can cause emotional vor physical stress to trees in a way you can cause it to animals
Oh I am laffin
that chart is retarded. People have been drinking cow milk for hundreds of years and nothing has happened to them, now all of a sudden
>COW MILK IS FULL OF BLUDZ AND PU$$ N U N33D 2 STEY AWEY!!!11
To be fair, just because people have been doing something for a long time doesn't make it a good thing. Also, to be fair until relatively recently the only people who drank milk regularly were farmers with milking cows becuase up until very recent history it was generally infeasible for people to have regular access to it otherwise.
I'm generally inclined to agree with the sentiment though. I don't really see anything egregiously wrong with cow's milk.
>the only people who drank milk regularly were farmers with milking cows becuase up until very recent history it was generally infeasible for people to have regular access to it otherwise
It was rarely drunk but rather turned into other dairy products which could be transported and sold to everyone. Dairy was common, just not fresh milk.
>What is kefir?
>What is sour milk?
>What is yoghurt?
>What is cheese?
Why are you talking about bread? Which dairy culture are you talking about here? Where do they make bread out of dairy dude?