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Milk Experiment #69: Molas

From: Jean karlo <inf...@h...>
To: danfuzz@milk.com
Date: Wed, 14 Apr 2004 22:50:07 -0400

hey i just need some imfotmation about milk... since this iste is about 
milk i thought that you might help me with some information of milk 
composition.
do you know what is the molas mass of milk? .
and what kind of substance is it?.......
i will apreciate a posible answer.. thanks a lot

sincerely jacob


From: Dan Bornstein <danfuzz@milk.com>
Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2004 10:22:16 -0700
To: Jean karlo <inf...@h...>
Subject: Re: <no subject>

Apologies for the delay in responding. We at milk.com are constantly
receiving questions, and it takes time to formulate the proper response to
each one.

>do you know what is the molas mass of milk?

It takes about two cups of milk to fully saturate a standard-size
San Blas Island mola. I hope this is the statistic you were seeking.

>and what kind of substance is it?

The technical term to describe milk is "delicipaque" which refers both to
its qualities of tastiness and interaction with light. Chocolate milk
is further known to be "cocoariffic."

Hope this helps.

Dan Bornstein,
milk.com "answer guy"