Sunday, August 06, 2006

Startling revelations from the Dairy industry

Although, come to think of it, isn't milk the one thing that butter doesn't contain? My understanding of the butter production process is that the cream is skimmed off and separated from the milk and the cream is churned into butter while the milk is used for other purposes.

[On a restaurant butter pat somewhere near you]

8 comments:

Douglas Cootey said...

Absolutely hilarious! :D Next up, cheese packaging with the label: Warning: Comes from cows

SJ said...

And what exactly does the cow herself find tasty about this that she is licking her lips?

Ava said...

Perfect!

Nattie said...

hihi!
That's like when you see the notice "May contain nuts" on a tin of cashews :D

Dave C said...

SJ: That's exactly what I was thinking...that's the funniest part of that picture.

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Murray said...

SJ & dave c: You have clearly not spent enough time around dairy cows. The picture shows a very common bovine mannerism. One small thing though, in real life the cow is not licking her lips she is usually cleaning her nostrils. It's enough to put you off your butter!

Anonymous said...

There's even a cow on it, so the milk part is redundant.