Milk: the gift that keeps on giving

Anke Domaske

Anke Domaske, pitcher of milk, milk protein (casein) and milk thread


German fashion designer makes clothes from milk

Reuters – NATALIA DROZDIAK – Oct 7, 2011

BERLIN (Reuters) – A young fashion designer from the German city of Hanover is revolutionizing high fashion by designing clothes with a staple she can find in her fridge — milk.

Anke Domaske, 28, has developed a fabric called QMilch made from high concentrations of the milk protein casein — the first man-made fiber produced entirely without chemicals.

“It feels like silk and it doesn’t smell — you can wash it just like anything else,” Domaske told Reuters.

Made from all natural materials, the QMilch fabric is ecological but also has many health benefits, said Domaske, who also said the amino acids in the protein are antibacterial, anti-aging and can help regulate both blood circulation and body temperature. Go to story


Profuse supplies of milk, yogurt and ghee can be arranged through cow protection.
No such thing as too much milk

Adding value to milk is key to cow protection
PRABHUPADA: 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.

excerpt from purport, Srimad-Bhagavatam 5.16.25:

The miserable conditions of this material world can be corrected by a sufficient supply of milk, yogurt, honey, ghee, molasses, food grains, ornaments, bedding, sitting places and so on. This is human civilization. Ample food grains can be produced through agricultural enterprises, and profuse supplies of milk, yogurt and ghee can be arranged through cow protection. Abundant honey can be obtained if the forests are protected. Unfortunately, in modern civilization, men are busy killing the cows that are the source of yogurt, milk and ghee, they are cutting down all the trees that supply honey, and they are opening factories to manufacture nuts, bolts, automobiles and wine instead of engaging in agriculture. How can the people be happy? They must suffer from all the misery of materialism. Their bodies become wrinkled and gradually deteriorate until they become almost like dwarves, and a bad odor emanates from their bodies because of unclean perspiration resulting from eating all kinds of nasty things. This is not human civilization. If people actually want happiness in this life and want to prepare for the best in the next life, they must adopt a Vedic civilization. In a Vedic civilization, there is a full supply of all the necessities mentioned above.

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