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Milk Experiment #18: Soybeasts and Yak's Milk

Editor's Note: At the time I wrote the reply, I was under the impression that yak's milk was, in fact, pink, due to the stated reason. However, the Wikipedia article on yaks claims otherwise, as does the yampayaks.com Yak Facts page.

From: Starfight <sta...@u...>
To: danfuzz@milk.com
Subject: Science Fair
Date: Fri, 04 Dec 1998 09:09:28 -0600

I need more information on milk.  Could you please e-mail me some
information.


To: Starfight <sta...@u...>
Subject: Re: Science Fair

>I need more information on milk.  Could you please e-mail me some
>information.

I think the FAQ <http://www.milk.com/faq/> has sufficient information, but
just because I'm in a good mood, here are some more milk facts:

* Milk is yummy.

* Milk mixes well with chocolate and sugar. When you combine these
ingredients together you get Chocolate Milk.

* Cows aren't the only things that make milk. For example, you can get soy
milk from soybeasts which are raised in Japan and Thailand.

* Yak's milk is pink. It has blood in it. Isn't that cool?

-dan