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Milk from Trees
Milking a tree is not a new concept. Tree milkers have been around since Neanderthal men roamed the realms of Sherwood Redwood, and the Enchanted forests. If you thought that just syrup came from trees, you're being a sap sucker.
Tree milk. (aka neem milk ), from East India , New Zealand, and from African trees ( Gymnenma lactiferum) is becoming very popular with dairy farmers. . Elsie The Cow moo mooed when she heard about tree milk saying it's "fake milk".
Tree milk basically is made when termites of the species Trypanasoma lactobacilla are introduced into the cellulose vacuoles of the bark stomas and the resulting anerobic waste product created by these termites is tree milk.
Although any tree can produce tree milk, those in the Southern hemispheres seem to produce the most milk. Tree milk can be a bit watery looking like skim milk but it is 100% milk and approved by the FDA , EPA, and LPGA here in the United States. The faint nutty flavor arises when that tree is also the home to squirrels and/ or owls.
posted on Dec 15, 2020 9:00 AM ()
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