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Curds and Whey

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I hadn’t realized this key fact about the production of Greek yoghurt. It produces far more waste than conventional yoghurt production. It takes 3 cups of milk to produce one cup of the product! (That’s about thrice as much as conventional yoghurt, which contains far more fluid than does the Greek version of the yoghurt.)

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Stop! In the name of truth!

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This post was written long before The Donald elected to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord. (That accord is officially entitled the United Nations Framework  Convention on Climate Change.  I italicized ‘framework’ to ensure y’all recognize this is but a suggestion to preserve the world in which we live- not a series of regulations governing our lives.)  Everything in the post below still applies. Except now, the warnings are probably more dire.

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