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No Typhoid in O'Keefe's Beer, Montreal, 1906

La Presse 6 May 1906, page 27


Pas de Typhoide dans la bière O’Keefe

Toutes les bières O’Keefe sont absolument pures et hygiéniques.  On ne sert que du meilleur orge, du meilleur malt, meilleur houblon et de pure eau filtrée. 117 more words


Are you the Half that Should Avoid Dairy?

Fifty percent of the population has a food sensitivity to dairy. The other half have adapted and can enjoy it freely, though some forms of dairy can still be problematic for this population. 192 more words

Wendy Myers

Pasteurization: Flavour vs. storage

What is pasteurization? Pasteurizing beer is basically filtering the beer from the sediments that float in the beer and make it cloudier. There are people that are very against drinking a cloudy beer, but pasteurization also means removing some of the flavour that beer is meant to have. 425 more words

Beer Information

Dairy Days!

Since some of the little goats are weaned, it’s time to start milking!

Here’s where it all starts!  These little goats are short, so I milk into a little stainless steel bowl, then transfer it to a mason jar for safe/clean keeping in the fridge, until it goes into a steel pan for pasteurization. 123 more words


Human milk banking

This paper (Kim, J., & Unger, S. (2010). Human milk banking. Paediatrics & Child Health, 15(9), 595–598) answers the question of whether or not donated milk contains immune system bonuses. 52 more words


From the Stable to the Table—What Do We Eat When We Eat Raw-Milk Cheese?

By Lena Thurn and Maria Fixemer

The question of which cheese to buy is not simply a question about what to eat for lunch—at least not for the US cultural anthropologist Heather Paxson and other so-called post-Pasteurians who set a specific value on their food. 994 more words


What is Cold-Pressed and is it Actually Better for You?

We’ve all heard the buzz words flying around the health communities, like “cold-pressed,” “raw,” “living enzymes,” and so forth. Are these simply taglines, or is there another reason why they’re blowing up the internet? 719 more words