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  • Organic dairy or "local" dairy?

    First, by "local" I mean the generic Korean milk, not raw jersey sadly.

    The commissary recently stopped carrying the "pasture based" organic milk, but they still have regular grain fed organic (for now!). Dairies in Korea aren't as bad as American ones; they're basically a huge shed where the cows are confined, but the manure is removed (and probably spread on the rice fields surrounding the shed). I've seen several dozen large bales of silage outside, which could be bedding or feed.

    I just bought a jug of the organic before I thought of trying the Korean stuff. I know beef cattle don't get hormones, but I don't know anything about the dairy, as Koreans don't really use much.

    Which one would be preferable?

  • #2
    I would go with the korean myself.

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    • #3
      I think I might simply out of price. And the knowledge that the Republic of Korea won't suddenly stop having milk. :// #spoiledsoldier

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