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Raw milk in coffee=bad?

Answered on October 13, 2013
Created October 07, 2013 at 7:34 PM

If I put raw milk in coffee (French press), does the heat kill off all of the helpful digestive enzymes? This would be so dissapointing.

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on October 07, 2013
at 09:26 PM

Blending it with butter is the tastiest! Nice and frothy mmm.

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on October 07, 2013
at 08:47 PM

Milk doesn't have digestive enzymes. (If it did, it would break down the its own proteins and sugars.)

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on October 07, 2013
at 08:40 PM

How does one go about making kefir?

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on October 07, 2013
at 09:45 PM

@Cdc12c It's not letting me comment again... so it goes here...

Kefir is WAY easier to make than yogurt. Buy kefir grains (I got mine on Amazon.com) and put them in some whole milk (raw if you're down for it) in a CLEAN jar and sit it on the counter for 24 hours and BANG you've got kefir. I'm going to try it with goat milk next. You can look up more exact instructions on the 'net.

You'll want to carefully strain your grains back out of the kefir and set them aside for your next batch. You'll also want to cover the kefir on the counter with something porous like a wash cloth with a rubber band. I won't give you exact instructions - look it up.

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on October 13, 2013
at 03:02 PM

The amount of milk people put in coffee is so small it would not impact your health greatly. The fact that you are sourcing raw milk, means it is probably high quality milk anyway. Heat will kill the probiotics in it and the enzymes as well.

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on October 07, 2013
at 10:14 PM

I have tried putting coconut oil in coffee too and that is quite nice and smooth too

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on October 07, 2013
at 07:58 PM

I use pasteurized heavy cream in my coffee. Sometimes I just blend it with butter instead - nice. Why go to the trouble of buying raw milk just to put it in your coffee? I make kefir with mine.

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on October 07, 2013
at 09:26 PM

Blending it with butter is the tastiest! Nice and frothy mmm.

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on October 07, 2013
at 08:40 PM

How does one go about making kefir?

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on October 07, 2013
at 07:49 PM

Depends on how hot the coffee is. For example, if you put live yeast into water it will die off around 140F or so depending on the health to begin with. I think that milk starts to go around 110-120F and by 160-180F it is done.

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