Dairy: (n) a shop or company that sells milk, butter, cheese, etc.
It is easy to be health conscious if you’re negating a food you dislike.
I can stop eating frog legs tomorrow.
I have no problem rejecting the value of collard greens.
But when it comes to foods I enjoy I may agree with the prissy righteousness of those who reject them but maintain some faith in my heart for private moments—when I succumb to the temptation to partake.
Actually, food is very simple.
If it occurs naturally—that is, in its present form—you can eat it.
For instance, a cow, cut up into steaks, is not a natural occurrence. Although I may wish to lobby for that cause, cows are supposed to come put together, not butchered.
On the other hand fruits, nuts, berries, vegetables and those sorts of offerings, are right out there in front of God, you, me and every bird of the sky.
That takes us to dairy.
Cow’s milk was never meant to be drunk by anybody but calves, just as human milk was intended for our little bambinoes. But then it deteriorates. Taking that milk, skimming off the fattest portions to make cream, then butter and ending up with cheese is many false evolutionary steps from natural.
This is why these foods are delicious—by devilish design.
I grew up in a generation that believed that milk was good for you and built strong bones. But it wasn’t actually the milk, but the calcium, which is also found aplenty…in broccoli.