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Pasteurized Vs. Homogenized Milk: What's The Difference?

The Huffington Post | Alison Spiegel | Posted 07.22.2014 | Taste

You've heard the terms before, but do you really know what "pasteurized" and "homogenized" mean when it comes to milk? The processes are critical to b...

Alissa Scheller

Here's What Raw Milk Advocates Forget To Mention

HuffingtonPost.com | Alissa Scheller | Posted 04.10.2014 | Healthy Living

The chance of getting sick from drinking raw milk or products made from it is 150 times greater than from pasteurized milk, but that isn't stopping a ...

5 Food Myths Debunked

Maria Rodale | Posted 04.02.2013 | Healthy Living
Maria Rodale

by guest blogger, Nathanael Johnson, award-winning journalist I grew up in a nature-worshipping, somewhat hippie family, and with my book, All Natu...

How These Awesome Girl Scouts May Save Lives (WATCH)

Posted 05.18.2012 | Teen

Competition was steep at the FIRST 2012 Championships in St. Louis last month, where some unbelievable teen scientists and engineers shared their grou...

Homogenized Shomogenized?

Carolyn Ossorio | Posted 12.11.2011 | Parents
Carolyn Ossorio

"Wait a second. Pasteurization and homogenization are not the same thing?" Larry shook his head. "Homogenization is a process which alters milk's natural state by forcing it through small openings at high pressure.

Making the Business Case for Dairy Farmer Civil Disobedience

David E. Gumpert | Posted 05.25.2011 | Food
David E. Gumpert

Wisconsin dairy owners ever more boldly challenging the agriculture regulators in America's traditional dairy state, who have been trying for more than a year to put a lid on the raw dairy market.

The Cons and Pros of Food Processing

Hemi Weingarten | Posted 05.25.2011 | Food
Hemi Weingarten

You know our position - the more you can do to prepare your food from scratch, the better service you're providing to your family. However, try to find the balance that best works for you.

France's Distinctive Cheeses Are Disappearing

AP | JENNY BARCHFIELD | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

LA SAVINAZ, France — The milk that Paulette Marmottan uses in her cheese comes fresh from her cows and goats, so warm that on cold mornings, a c...