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    Hi Girls ,

    I have just started giving Kaitlyn "Pure Organic " Cows Milk. It states on the carton that it is unhomogenised...is this ok?. I know there is something that is done to cows milk that kills the bacteria and I am not sure if that is what this milk does not do . I just know the bacteria is bad for pregnant women and babies.

    Thanks Cass


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    Unhomogenised just means the milk and the cream are able to separate. Unpasteurised is the one that might be a worry

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    Unhomogenised means the cream will separate from the milk and rise to the top....so all you need do is give it a good shake before you serve it........

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    thanks girls!. That sounds like the best kind milk to me ..the fresher the better. I was wondering why there were little globs of cream in my coffee the other morning :-)

    Cass

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    The creamy bit is LOVELY on cereal........all our milk in the UK used to be Unhomogenised......in a can from a cow.......we all bickered on who got the "top of the milk"!

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