Colonel Sanders eh? Better get moving on your bucket list!
Ya, they need to come up with a new hook to bring people in
You don’t want to go to Never Never Land anyway, I hear all the travel critics panned it.
He’s about to commit a feliney!
Once he catches on, it’ll turn his world upside down..
Wonder what was the last straw that made him lose his head?
Stop wearing your crocs in the pool.
Good to see you too Dusty
I’m aware of the difference – the first example really was people with allergies. Lactose is a sugar that doesn’t matter whether the milk has been processed, it’s still there. Lactose intolerance usually comes from the inability to properly produce lactase, the enzyme necessary to digest lactose, so the lactose ends up basically fermenting in your digestive tract, causing the bloating and discomfort. The enzyme I was talking about (although it might be a protein now that I think about it) is a different one that is already in the milk. It isn’t necessarily the reason for all milk allergies, but I do know it is for some.
you may still be able to drink raw milk. Most people that are allergic are reacting to an enzyme that is broken up during the homogenization/pasteurization process. When the enzyme is whole, the human intestine doesn’t absorb it, when it’s broken, it can get get through the intestine wall and cause a reaction. I grew up on a farm and we used to sell milk to a number of families that had milk allergies.
Another interesting note, I worked with a guy that had a serious milk allergy (epi pen level) but found out he was able to eat McFlurries from MacD’s…