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High Tech Raw Milk

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Touch the Soil News #415 The process of homogenizing and pasteurizing milk has always been a controversy for raw-milk proponents. Industrial milk production has always held that raw milk posed too much risk for carrying pathogens. Over the past few years, high pressure treatment of food has been developed and experimented with. Recently, a company in Sydney, Australia – Made By Cow – has perfected the process. Cold water is used to compress the milk, resulting in milk in which all of the harmful micro-organisms are destroyed without interfering with the nutrients that pasteurization destroys. Cold pressed raw milk as it comes out of the cold-pressure equipment. (photo courtesy of…

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Analyze Food – With an Affordable Molecular Sensor

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Touch the Soil News #394 How would you like to know – on the spot – how much fat is in a salad dressing, how much sugar is in a particular fruit, get nutritional facts about dairy products? A company called Consumer Physics has invented the SCIO, a small hand-held molecular scanner that lets you test everything around you including your food (photo courtesy of Consumer Physics). Priced at $249, SCIO’s Website: https://www.consumerphysics.com/myscio/scio is presently taking pre-orders for their new invention which will be compatible with newer IPhones. Following is the company’s promotional video that shows how the device works: Want More? – Sign up below Special Deals Ahead…Sign up!

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