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.)
They vote!! They vote?????
The last time I had such a nutty idea, I was in kindergarten.
But, the US Dairy Innovation Center surveyed American adults (yes, adults) only to find that 7% of those surveyed were certain that chocolate milk comes from brown cows. That’s 1 in 14 for those of you who are also numerically challenged.
Look, I enjoy great food as much as the next guy (or gal). No, wait. I am pretty sure I enjoy great food more than most. Which is why I really don’t like going to restaurants- because the food is generally mediocre, mislabeled, and overpriced.
I’ve written about breastfeeding before- for example, it’s potential ability to preclude asthma in these breastfed children. Well, now, there seems to be another reason. Breastfed children may not develop ADHD [Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder].
Since I’ve been 15. Yup, while working at Arlee Cleaners, I was intimidated to switch from milk to drinking coffee. Of course, that was in New York, where “regular coffee” came equipped with a pound of sugar and a quart of milk. (OK, just two teaspoons of sugar and 25 ml of milk, in an 8 oz cup, but you get the idea.)