What Percent Is Whole Milk?

Skim milk is for pussies. Everyone can agree on that. No fat in your milk? What are you, Haitian? 1% is for old people and people trying to lose weight but are stupid because how the fuck will drinking low-fat milk help with that? Maybe try jogging idk. 2% is my bread and butter. Big fan of the reduced fat. But what percent is whole milk? Is it 100%? Can’t be, that’s too much of a drastic leap. 3%? Nah, it’s too thick to be 3%. 5% maybe? Possibly 10%? Then why the friggin heck is it called whole milk?

EDIT: turns out it’s 3.5% says google. Kinda dumb.

That was pretty much all I had to say in this blog. Milk confuses me. But my word count has to be under 100 and that’s just unacceptable journalism so I will write more things about milk. Let me research…

FUN MILK FACTS (that I copy and pasted from an uncredited source)

• A cow produces an average of 6.3 gallons of milk daily and 350,000 glasses of milk in a lifetime.

• Cows eat about 100 pounds of food every day and drink 50 gallons of water.

• To get the amount of calcium in an 8-ounce glass of milk, you’d have to eat one-fourth cup of broccoli, seven oranges or six slices of wheat bread.

• Farmers measure milk in pounds, not gallons.

• A cow will produce an average of 6.3 gallons of milk each day. That’s more than 2,300 gallons each year!

• U.S. dairy farms produce roughly 21 billion gallons of milk annually.

• The average American consumes almost 25 gallons of milk a year.

• June is National Dairy Month.

• The greatest amount of milk produced in one year was 59,298 pounds by a Holstein cow named Robthom Sue Paddy.

• On a dairy farm, a farmer’s day begins and ends with milking the cows.

• Fresh milk will stay fresher longer if you add a pinch of salt to each quart.

• A cow is more valuable for its milk, cheese, butter and yogurt than for its beef.

• Home delivery of milk (i.e. the milkman) started in 1942 as a war conservation measure.

• More than 1,000 new dairy products are introduced each year.

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