Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013

Is Your Addiction To Sour Clumpy Milk Killing The Environment?

"Greek yogurt is a booming $2 billion a year industry — and it's producing millions of pounds of waste that industry insiders are scrambling to figure out what to do with."


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SkinnyNerd (#224,784)

What a wheyste (sorry about that). So what do the Greeks do with it?

@SkinnyNerd – Acid whey is singlehandedly responsible for Greece's high unemployment figures and debt crisis.

ericdeamer (#945)

I totally thought this was going to talk about millions of pounds of a different type of waste.

I come to the awl for all my modernfarmer links…

Mr. B (#10,093)

And here I thought the only difference between regular yogurt and Greek yogurt was the word Greek.

@Mr. B I am seriously convinced Greek yogurt is just regular yogurt before they added a shit-ton of sweetener to it sometime in the past 15-20 years. YOGURT TASTED DIFFERENT WHEN I WAS A KID I SWEAR IT.

scrooge (#2,697)

They could sell it to the fracking oil & gas industry. 150 million gallons is, you know, one fracking well.

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