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I grew up in a neighborhood that was surrounded by farms. There was a horse farm behind me and dairy farms on either side.
Growing up on a dairy farm, you certainly learn discipline and a commitment to purpose.
You have to consume Fig Newtons with either milk or an alternative milk product. It’s like a conspiracy with the dairy industry. They’re in cahoots.
I grew up around the corner from my grandparents‘ dairy farm, which was three miles outside of a small town called Phoenix.
I found out that the animal agriculture business has a huge impact on our climate, so by cutting down on your meat and dairy consumption, you can have a huge impact and help the environment.
I drive by Baskin Robbins, and – I don’t know, it’s like – it’s pretty hard. Or Dairy Queen. I go nuts. I just gotta keep going.
I’ve never had a sinus infection or been on antibiotics since cutting out dairy.
Somewhere down the line, I realised that dairy products were giving me acidity, so now I am a vegan.
People who work in factories or in the woods or maybe a dairy farm – for years, I’ve been fascinated with people like that. No pretensions. They just live their lives. I found them beautiful. They were all I seemed to be interested in writing about.
My parents worked harder than anyone I have ever met. They had so many businesses. There was the motel, but throughout my childhood, they also had a drive-through dairy, a gas station, a clothing store, a computer reselling business.
I personally have stopped flying. I have stopped eating meat and dairy.
As far as skincare goes, I’m from the school of ‘you are what you eat.’ I always promote a vegan lifestyle, not just because it’s great for our environment and for humanity, but because if you cut out dairy, for example, there’s scientific proof that it can actually help your complexion.
There is no ‘need’ for us to eat meat, dairy or eggs. Indeed, these foods are increasingly linked to various human diseases and animal agriculture is an environmental disaster for the planet.
I came to all the realizations about sustainability and biodiversity because I fell in love with the way food tastes. That was it. And because I was looking for that taste I feel at the doorsteps of the organic, local, sustainable farmers, dairy people and fisherman.
I’m not a Twinkie lover. I don’t do sugar or dairy either.
I started reading and learned that we don’t need any of it – meat, dairy products. We get everything we need without those things – except maybe B12, but there’s this whole controversy that maybe we’re only getting B12 because the animals are being fed B12 supplements.
I try to avoid cheese, dairy and a lot of meat, but I do like them.
My favorite thing from Dairy Queen is a Peanut Buster Parfait, which is: fudge at the bottom, vanilla ice cream, some peanuts, fudge, peanuts, ice cream, fudge, and it’s layered. But I also really like peanut butter cups, so I’ll put peanut butter cups in there.
Next week we’ll be investigating rumours that the president of the dairy council has become a Mason, and goes around giving his colleagues the ‘secret milkshake.’
If people learned what they were contributing to every time they ate meat, eggs, or dairy, surely they would be just as motivated as I was to change.
New Mexico‘s agricultural economy is primarily composed of dairy and range livestock production.
I used to go to Dairy Queen all the time. It always brings back a little bit of memories. As kids, we always used to go get ice cream.
As for my diet, I try to eat lean, clean and healthy – nothing too surprising. And I avoid too much meat or dairy because they slow you down.
This was a dairy cow, and dairy cows have IDs on them. The ID was traced back to the farm in Washington. It’s a dairy farm. And that farm now has been quarantined, and the owners have been very cooperative in doing that.