- we have powdered milk in our pancakes and for baking. And for cottage cheese if we ever eat it (SOO much better this way, I promise).
- we have almond milk or coconut milk for things that just plain need milk (like rice for breakfast).
- we have 1% for my husband who REFUSES to join the "health kick." Little does he know he's being slowly converted. I haven't dared point it out, because that will halt all progressive change.
I know there are advocates for both sides of the milk argument. Some (like my friend Reta) think it's awful any way you swing it and are quite happy with their almond milk. Some (like news, media, and a ton of people with their own agendas and propagandas) say that milk is a required dietary need. I'd say I'm in the middle. I think most of our problem comes from pasteurization and homogenization, but I don't have any evidence to prove it. As a whole, I think that milk is enjoyable, but not a necessity. I count it as a blessing, not a need.
How do you view dairy? Are some things okay? Is it always good? Always bad? Let me know. (I know I don't have that many followers, but I was interested in whatever feedback I can get).