HARI-SAURI: They have some skim milk. So when they've finished giving it to the devotees and they've finished giving it to the cows, then if there's any extra, they throw it away.
PRABHUPADA: How give it to the cows?
HARI-SAURI: They feed it to the cows.
PRABHUPADA: They eat?
HARI-SAURI: They drink it. They put it in their feed, whatever. But then if there's any extra, they throw it away, they put on the..., mix it with fertilizer or whatever for the land.
PRABHUPADA: It should not be given to the cows. It should be kept, and when it is broken, you get the chana [fresh cheese].
HARI-SAURI: It should be made into curd and yogurt, things like that.
PRABHUPADA: Yes, not yogurt, chana, what you call, curd?
PUSTA KRSNA: Cheese, like cheese.
PRABHUPADA: Cheese, yes? But it should not be thrown. From cheese you can make so many preparations.
HARI-SAURI: I'll mention it to Kuladri then.
PUSTA KRSNA: You mentioned also about the whey that you get.
PRABHUPADA: Everything should be utilized. Instead of drinking water, you can drink whey. It is very good for digesting. Whey, put little salt and black pepper, it is good digestant. You can avoid water, drink whey. You can use it for chapati [flat bread].
PUSTA KRSNA: Making dough?
PRABHUPADA: Chapati, just like you dip the capati, dal, you can dip whey. You can save dal preparing expenditure. Nothing of milk product can be wasted. You should learn it.
HARI-SAURI: Yes. That's what I thought, that's why I was asking.
PRABHUPADA: Up to the last drop, it can be utilized.
PUSTA KRSNA: Skim milk should not be given to the calves? The calves should get? PRABHUPADA: They don't require it. They don't require it. The cow is especially meant for the human beings. They can utilize in so many ways, and they should give protection, such an important animal. This is human being.