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Buffalo gals

go around the outside, round the outside

13th Feb 2007, 14:54

Tori says:

How is it?

13th Feb 2007, 16:33

ViX says:

I've never tried buffalo milk, what is it like?

13th Feb 2007, 17:33

Euphro (NLI) says:

It's very nice, IMHO. It's sweeter and lighter tasting than cows or goat's milk and creamy :)

13th Feb 2007, 17:49

ViX says:

Could be used in a variety of puddings then do you think?

13th Feb 2007, 18:05

Euphro (NLI) says:

Definitely. It's a perfectly reasonable like for like alternative to cow's milk, particularly if you have an allergy or sensitivity. We use mainly goat's milk at home, but that's not that suitable for growing children (not as much fat, calcium etc as cow's milk). This seems to bridge the gap nicely.

13th Feb 2007, 20:17

ViX says:

I think I might give it ago next time I make an oven made rice pudding!

13th Feb 2007, 21:53

Tori says:

What is the fat content like compared to cows milk?

14th Feb 2007, 01:45

Euphro says:

Apparently it has the highest fat content of milk from widely farmed animals, more than twice that of cow's milk.

14th Feb 2007, 11:40

ViX says:

Oh dear! Perhaps I shall only use it on special occasions then!

14th Feb 2007, 15:51

FilbertFox says:

i wonder if my nephew may be able to have that, he is highly allergic to 'dairy' best get his doctor to check first

14th Feb 2007, 21:22

Euphro says:

Goat's milk certainly had a very positive effect for us; my hay-fever has pretty much cleared-up since I switched.

15th Feb 2007, 10:13

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