I spotted Sealtest “dairy milker” and “dairy creamer” at a local breakfast place. I have no idea what milker or creamer are, but it doesn’t sound good. 😦
P.S. This is my first time posting using WordPress for BlackBerry. Cool, eh?
Update: Okay, so WordPress for BlackBerry broke the blog. Still needs some work, I guess. I’ve reformatted this post using a real browser. Anyone out there using WordPress for BlackBerry or iPhone having a better experience?
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Wow, this it getting worse. Soon they’ll replace all our milk products with modified milk words and ingredients. I can’t support such shady marketing.
Have you heard about the non fat creamer? Cream is the butter fat in milk. I think it is very sad that companies that process milk are looking for ways to take a good product and making it into a unhealthy product which doesn’t even contains milk. They are fooling the consumer who is paying way to much for these products that don’t even contain the nutrients wich milk has.
I came across your blog last evening and what I have read so far I absolutely dig- I referenced you in my most recent post and borrowed the creamer picture that you had up…let me know if this is ok with you! 🙂
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Are you retarded ? One is cream and the other is milk
Milk is called “milk”; cream is called “cream”. Calling them “dairy creamer” and “dairy milker” mean enough other substances have been added to them so that they no longer qualify for those descriptions.