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Asians and Milk
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31 / M / South of sanity.
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Posted 3/18/10 , edited 3/18/10
Dairy products are a sizable part of my diet. I couldn't imagine being lactose intolerant.

By coincidence I was looking into this about a week ago. The extent to which Native Americans are lactose intolerant is interesting. A friend of mine has one Native American ancestor well over a hundred years ago and let me tell you, despite being over 6 feet and 240lbs, that dude cannot handle his cheese.

I love cheese.
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Posted 3/19/10
I'm asian but I'm not lactose intolerant. In fact, I always hated milk since I was young even if it was chocolate milk. But I do drink it once every few months now and i do like it more now than I used to. Altho, i had no idea asians were more likely to be lactose intolerant.
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Posted 3/19/10 , edited 3/19/10
I drink milk nearly everyday, when I eat mostly.

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Posted 12/23/10
One would think otherwise considering all the bondage-play, lactation porn they got going.
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28 / M / New York City
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Posted 12/23/10

Kelvinxp35 wrote:

I'm an Asian but i don't drink milk that frequently. I drink plain water more than any other drink LOL


same I drink a lot of water...only because i hate to see yellow pee lol

Posted 12/23/10
Kinda like giving milk to Native Americans. I heard somewhere that the entire human race isn't exactly used to milk.
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66 / M / Columbia, MO
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Posted 12/23/10
Milk: something you can do in the Midwest when you are bored. Back in the '30's here at MU campus a diary husbandry professor posited this question to his Ag Engineering students. If a diary cow was turned upside down and milked would it give milk? The 8 students had different opinions about the probable outcome so from this inquiry a semester project was born. Toward the semester end a hapless dairy cow was enticed to walk into the constructed contraption, strapped for its own safety, then slowly flipped upside down. Short answer without great elaboration: YES, a dairy cow can be milked and will release milk in an upside down state.

Of all the college courses I took over the years at undergrad and grad levels I've never forgotten this rustic bit o' colorful ag history. It's just too ridiculous.
Posted 12/23/10
Got rice?
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Posted 12/23/10
May be they just aren't used to it or something But it's not really important.
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Posted 12/23/10
im asian and i love my milk.

by itself, with cereal, mixed with hot chocolate
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Posted 12/23/10
Let me start with "I love MILK and drank a min of 20-30 onces each day until I reached 53 years. Really caught me off guard when I started showing symptoms of lactose intolerance. Age is not a factor. Location is not a factor. Race has a slight bearing It really comes down to "Deal with it" Take pills or use lactose-free products. I feel sorry for the youngest of us.
Posted 12/24/10 , edited 12/24/10
I love milk. In Australia A2 milk is the rave lately. It's apparently less processed and more natural. But it costs twice as much as ordinary milk. Two oreos and a cup of milk is usually my final snack before i go to bed.
Posted 12/24/10
I'm part asian but I don't have lactose intolerance ..
And the thing is ... I hate milk. It makes me sick.
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Posted 12/24/10
im asian nn detest milk as it stinks plus it taste disgusting.
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29 / M / Iloilo City, PH
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Posted 12/24/10
until a few years ago the local carabao institute sold us milk.. probably the richest milk product i ever had.



this stuff is great with native chocolate and native sugar.. i get carried away sometimes making cara-choco-milk and get teh shits.
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