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Kefir and Shipping Milk Degrees

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milk

kefir

temperature

food sourcing

goats milk

cows milk

regeneration

cells

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[2008]

[Aajonus]

It will reach a point where it turns into cheese and separates so much that that won't happen. In cows milk, I've never done it with goats milk, but when I get cows milk unrefrigerated, I keep the house or that area, the room that I keep the milk in at 72°. And it just sits there.

If I put a little honey in it, It'll start fermenting a little faster and it'll come into kefir in about 5 - 6 days. If I put, let's say a whole tablespoon in a gallon of milk, it will ferment in 3 days and it'll kefir, but that's too fast.

[Attendee]

But that kefir for 5- 6 days, if it's never refrigerated?

[Aajonus]

It will still help regenerate cells.

[Attendee]

Should I turn down this goats milk or should I take it?

[Aajonus]

You don't have any fat on you, very little. So, I would recommend that you have some of it.

[Attendee]

If I get two gallons, that too much?

[Aajonus]

Well, how much cows milk are you going to drink?

[Attendee]

About two gallons a week .This would probably repeat replace my cows, I'd probably drink one gallon of cows milk and one gallon goats.

[Aajonus]

That's fine.

[Attendee]

And that would actually help the cellular regeneration?

[Aajonus]

Absolutely.

[Attendee]

What if I got Amos to ship me unrefrigerated cows milk from Pennsylvania?

[Aajonus]

Okay. Well, it takes two days to ship, right?

[Attendee]

But it might hit under 72°?

[Aajonus]

Oh, it will definitely in this time of year go under.

[Attendee]

But what about summer when it would go way over 72°?

[Aajonus]

Well, it won't because when they ship something like that, it goes into a truck that's refrigerated, cooled air, conditioned.

They cannot take a chance on electronics getting damaged with heat. So, they have to keep the trucks air conditioned at the most 75°, 76°. Tthey cannot let the packages exceed that cuz they could be held responsible for electrical damage.

[Attendee]

So, you're saying I could actually get it shipped from Amos?

[Aajonus]

That's right.

The only problem would be in the planes. If that shipment gets out near the side of the-

[Attendee]

But he sends it FedEx ground.

[Aajonus]

Then it would never be harmed. It would be okay.

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