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“chocolate milk” may seem pretty self-explanatory

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I'm surprised it's not higher. We have people here that are too lazy to learn or know the facts. They're in their own little world. Knowledge of world geography outside of their county is even more dismal. 

You can't blame it on the educational system. These people are willfully ignorant. 

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And strawberry milk?  Pink cows?  Have never seen any pink cows.  Must be from magic pink unicorns.

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On July 19, 2017 at 11:00 AM, Aufin said:

And strawberry milk?  Pink cows?  Have never seen any pink cows.  Must be from magic pink unicorns.

Well their teats are pink. Maybe they start out as strawberry? :-) 

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On 19.7.2017 at 5:00 PM, Aufin said:

And strawberry milk?  Pink cows?  Have never seen any pink cows.  Must be from magic pink unicorns.

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cheers

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Recently, I watched a segment on a rural affairs program where one of the reporters went through the list of things that are being marketed as 'milk' including soy, almond, hemp and rice.  It seems that the thing that the thing that they all have in common (aside from the fact that they have no connection with cows) is that they invariably contain little of the source product.  For example, one brand of almond milk had as little as 2.5% almonds in it.

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