COMMENT [652]

At this moment, we are going to use the Art Of Deflection and we are going to use the truth to “deflect” another common misconception because one of the things I really like to do, is to use truth and powerfully deflect stuff, it is a very fun practice.

Note to selves, just because something is white, it doesn’t mean it is milk; 99% of the time that people refer to something as milk, like coconut milk, almond milk etc, it is mainly because it is just a white liquid that resembles actual true Milk “in color”. But there are a TON of things that are naturally white; a liquid or anything that is solely white in color does not automatically make it “milk”.

As with many things in life, there is usually something known as a family and what makes milk classified as “milk” is that it is apart of a specific “food-family” or “food-group” that contains common specific properties that make them fall under the specific category of milk. As far as I know, fruits and herbs do not produce milk, they tend to produce sap and syrups and some of them may not be very beneficial to the human-body and may in fact even poison and intoxicate people.

The reason why I used the word “intoxicate” is because of the main principle that’s at the core of its context, which is essentially the state of “toxicity”, so something that intoxicates you doesn’t necessarily have to be something that makes you “drunk”, but yeah, just because something is white, it doesn’t mean that it’s actually “milk” xD. Almond “milk” is not actually “milk”coconut “milk” is not actually milk, but that’s not to say that they are not good for you; it’s clear that they are direct extracts from things that are “naturally” good to consume in the first place, so there is no question that they are healthy.

But in the event that you are on a diet, or you need a specific nutritional supplement, then it would be helpful to keep in mind that alot of things labeled as milk are only referred to as such because they “look” white like “Milk” but are not in fact from the Milk family.

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