Blog Posts - Homogenization



Jennifer Lawrence Who?

Most of what we consume online is stuff that has already gone viral. What does this imply? It means that people are mostly only seeing and hearing all the same things that everyone else they know is seeing and hearing. This is boring. And danger...
by The Annotated Zoetrope on Nov 5, 2014

Jennifer Lawrence Who?

Most of what we consume online is stuff that has already gone viral. What does this imply? It means that people are mostly only seeing and hearing all the same things that everyone else they know is seeing and hearing. This is boring. And danger...
by The Annotated Zoetrope on Nov 5, 2014

When Hitler, Stalin, Tito, Freud and Trotsky all lived together…

There was a time, during 1913, when Hitler, Stalin, Tito, Freud and Trotsky all lived in the same city. [1] When …Continue reading »...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Apr 18, 2013

What’s the Difference between Homogenization and Pasteurization?

When visitors tour our farm, I frequently get questions about milk terminology so I thought my blog readers might have the same questions. I enlisted the help of the Dairy Dictionary on the Dairy Farming Today website for definitions of commonly...
by The Dairy Mom on Sep 6, 2011

Animation of Liposome Basics – Part 2

Liposomes are a novel drug delivery system which allow the encapsulation or incorporation of drugs into nanoparticle size vesicles for their delivery. This animation on liposomes covers the basic concepts of how liposomes can be prepared, the sizing...
by PharmaXChange.info on Apr 14, 2011

Homogeneous Tea Party? Never!

March of the Plain Soldiers This is for anyone who has recently been referred to as a "domestic threat" or a hate-mongering, right wing extremist. I feel your pain, brothers and sisters, but have no fear, there is a new Sheriff of Mediocrity poised t...
by Sanity Sentinel on Dec 16, 2010

FDA exploits salmonella eggs recall to pursue food sterilization agenda

(NaturalNews) It’s always amusing to see how quickly consumers can be worked up into a false fear frenzy by health authorities. We saw it last year with the overhyped H1N1 swine flu scare which was fanned into a flaming fear … Continue re...
by The End Times Are Upon Us on Aug 23, 2010

Why I Choose Raw Milk

This is my opinion, and only my opinion. What works for my family may not be possible for yours, and it may not be what God is calling you to do right now. Through prayer and discernment, I chose raw milk for my family a year and a half ago. It hasn&...
by Kitchen Stewardship on Jun 24, 2010

The Real Story of Homogenized Milk, Powdered Milk, Skim Milk and Oxidized Cholesterol

Milk has been through a lot in the past 100 years. First it was subjected to pasteurization, then homogenization, then oxidation. Will the -ations ever end? The question for us milk drinkers is of course: when does a change cause a nutritional proble...
by Kitchen Stewardship on Jun 23, 2010

What Kind of Milk Should I Buy?

Even among the tangled webs of nutrition science and speculation (can you say “soaking grains”?), milk has got to be one of the most difficult. I bet I have more people dash a quick email or leave an unrelated comment at a post to ask abo...
by Kitchen Stewardship on Jun 22, 2010

Monday Mission: Examine Your Milk Source

Your mission, if you choose to accept, is to examine, and hopefully improve, the milk your family drinks. Impact Ratings: Level of Commitment: Making Strides (Leap of Faith?) From store brand skim to fresh milk from a local farm and everything in b...
by Kitchen Stewardship on Jun 21, 2010

New analysis shows US temperature record is reliable, rejects 2009 claims by Anthony Watts

Anthony Watts of WattsUpWithThat.com and SurfaceStations.org published a 30 page white paper in 2009 with the help of the Heartland Institute titled “Is the U.S. Surface Temperature Record Reliable?” His conclusion was that the temperatu...
by Scholars & Rogues on Jan 25, 2010

A Fat Full Fall: Dairy fats – What’s the Moo?

Ah, the French know their fats.  When my husband worked with a Frenchman, he reminisced about this time of year in France:  “Fall is the best time of year because the food is so wonderful: the fish are fatter, the cream is plentiful, and the vege...
by Kitchen Stewardship on Oct 13, 2009


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