New research paints the history of East Africa’s farmers, and how they evolved to eat dairy

It’s a surprisingly rich history.

Mothers’ breast milk protects children against infection for their entire lives

A mother’s immune system is transferred to infants in remarkable ways, a new study finds.

Spider milk is a thing, and it’s 4 times more nutritious than cow’s milk

The spiders also nurse their young for a long time — another unique feature among spiders.

Cockroach milk might become the next superfood on millenials’ wish list

Roach list has three times the energy content of dairy milk.

What is pasteurization, and how does it keep milk fresh for 9 months at a time?

What wizardry is this!? Find out here.

Tasmanian devil milk might be the secret weapon against superbugs we’ve been waiting for

Watch out, bugs, the devil’s out for ya!

Cockroach milk: superfood of the future?

What better way to top off your meal?

Foamy gold is mostly empty, floats on coffee

Imagine a nugget of real, 20 carat gold floating merrily on the milk foam of your cup of warm cappuccino — scientists from ETH Zurich have found a way to do it. It’s not super-cappuccino, or diamond-strong foam — scientists led by Raffaele Mezzenga, Professor of Food and Soft Materials at ETH have produced a novel foam of gold, a three-dimensional material that is actually mostly…empty.

Is Dairy Addiction Real? Here’s what science says

Dairy Addiction is one idea toted not only as a notion, but as a fact by a significant number of vegans, especially ones that do not link to any reliable source (if any at all) to provide any evidence to the conclusion they have reached. So I decided that I will take it upon myself to find out whether or

Cheese has a 7500 year history

Polish researchers have found the earliest evidence of prehistoric cheese-making from a study of 7,500-year-old pottery fragments that are perforated much like today’s modern cheese strainers. When early men figured out how to make cheese, it was a big thing; at that time, livestock was too precious to use just for the meat, and mankind was largely lactose intolerant, making

Shorties: US is the only developed nation to drink milk from cows given artificial hormones

As an European, it often seems to me like the US is a land of striking contrasts – it is in fact the land of opportunities. Matter of fact, I was absolutely shocked to find out that the US is still allowing milk from cows which were given artificial growth hormone, especially since this hormone was banned in Canada, Australia,