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From: "Ned Jimmerson" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Lactose Persistence
Date: Sat, 1 Sep 2007 16:54:57 -0500
time for my tupence worth. I have been staying away from the lactose debate. but I find now that typical Cows milk products no longer sit as well as they used to. that may be due to issues far afield from Lactose intolerance. however my Redheaded I1a UN2 double first Cousin who is 11 days older than I. has been Clinically Diagnosed with Lactose Intolerance some 47 Years ago. a time when being allergic to Natures most perfect food was almost unheard of by us country folk. one of my Sisters is Rampantly Lactose intolerant also, however She can't tolerate Soy milk either. now I have a recipe for a very nice almost black Scottish Ale with a slight Chocolate finish which I appropriated and changed as cooks and those in other fields are wont to do frequently. too bad my Family on both sides in genetically inclined to Heart Disease and Stroke. which renders my Really good Recipe for what I named Hawks breath Ale. into a dust gathering page. I guess I'll leave it to some ho!
mebrew museum. have a nice Labour Daye whoops I've been reading olde bookes again. Enjoy the Day, Ned. No Matter; Where ,You go, There You ,are.
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