grammarpopo136 karma2021-12-18 21:05:21 UTC
I am a PhD microbiologist who has worked on dairies, specifically methane production in dairy “lagoons.” It is an extremely difficult industry - for the cattle, the farm workers, the owners, and the environment. I would give up all cow-derived dairy in a New York minute if you can come even close to the cheese experience. Have you considered culturing mammary gland cells and producing milk that way (probably a pipe dream)?
Also, I need non-dairy milk and cream and I will be a very happy person. Yes, I’ve tried the nut milk etc., but it just doesn’t do the job. Are you considering trying to crack that nut so to speak?
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grammarpopo64 karma2021-12-18 21:42:46 UTC
Well, I appreciate your efforts and will repay them by purchasing your product.
grammarpopo17 karma2021-12-19 02:29:32 UTC
So since you don’t know the industry you feel fine eating cheese? It’s still the same industry. At least I’m working on improving the environmental aspects of it.
grammarpopo11 karma2021-12-18 20:59:07 UTC
You need to add an /s if you want the downvotes to stop. They think you’re serious.
grammarpopo6 karma2021-12-18 21:27:51 UTC
I agree. Stick with your principles.
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