Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Contemplate this . . .

Why is it that raw milk is either illegal or has to be sold under the label of 'pet food', yet raw meat, which is NOT well-known for having antimicrobial substances to go with its microbes, is legal? Meat is always sold raw, because you are expected to cook it. So why not milk? The FDA could advise everyone to pasteurize their own milk, and smart people who don't trust the FDA wouldn't listen.
Okay, I know this is highly unrealistic. But I am just making a point, really. Seriously, why is it so hard to get nutritious raw milk, yet so easy to get questionably safe raw meat?

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