Post by Mike Post by krw Post by Jim Easterbrook
Surely the waste kefir will be fed to the pigs.
I believe feeding food waste to poor pigs is illegal.
Indeed it is, all pigswill must be sterilized before it is scoffed.
Food waste that is food humans have left (i. e. meal leftovers), yes.
The Kefir is food that humans have never bought.
I was amused at Susan's new idea - if it can't be sold for its taste,
sell it as something with health benefits. I thought at first that she
was suggesting selling it as a skin cream or something similar, but it
seems she is still thinking of it as being consumed: she's right that
the various little bottles of off milk do seem to sell for exorbitant
prices, but from the single example (of one of those, not Kefir) I was
eventually persuaded to try, they'll have a much larger market if it
_does_ taste nice. (I. e. the one I tried did - strawberry flavour IIRR;
I suppose stuff that tastes nasty will still sell to the hair shirt
brigade, but that's a much smaller market.)
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