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    Ousmane MarikoSep 26, 2012 at 11:03 am

    I think I may have to try raw milk.

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    CharlieSep 25, 2012 at 4:49 pm

    Very Interesting, I definitely learned some things from this article! Still don’t know that I am going to go out to pennsylvania to buy raw milk, but this does challenge some basic assumptions we have about our food and what we are led to believe by corporate factory farming.

    I wonder though has the milk done anything to help with eczema? What other benefits does raw milk purportedly have over pasturized?

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    Andrew Graham-YoollSep 25, 2012 at 4:48 pm

    Thank you Sam for your kind words on what is my first ever piece!
    We live in a “free market society” and I believe that the market will eventually show itself to have a growing desire for Raw Milk. It takes time and people like you to write to those people that influence what we can buy at the grocery store.
    Thank you,

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    Sam ONeillSep 25, 2012 at 10:40 am

    Great piece!

    Wow, pasteurization is a basically a process that allows agribusiness to operate otherwise unsustainable and inhumane practices. I think I have heard somewhere that the FDA has been ‘captured’ by the businesses it is supposed to be policing….and your piece points to that reality. I had no idea raw milk was illegal in MD; I will be writing to my state reps.


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