From the divine promise made to Moses, of a land “flowing with milk and honey,” to the first milkmen delivering the snow-white liquid to the doorsteps of English homes, has milk gone global?
Newborns’ first nourishment, milk comes essentially from a mother’s breasts. But also from the udders of cows, ewes, donkeys, goats, mares, camels, dromedaries, water buffaloes, or, more and more frequently, soy beans, coconut, rice, almonds, oats and even pistachios – all those “fake milks” attacked by crusading defenders of sacrosanct dairy products, our “friends for life!”
Powdered, condensed, U.H.T., raw, fresh, fermented, whole, skim or 2%; pasteurized, sterilized, diet, sweetened, flavored, cooled into ice cream or cooked into dulce de leche… it’s enough to curdle the good old farm milk from our childhoods!
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