A few years ago, I toured a dairy. I got there at milking time and was impressed by one thing above all others: how dirty the cows were. Their udders were covered with mud and fecal matter. Some of them were bleeding from having stepped on their own udders (ouch!). I carry this image in mind whenever I read about those people, apparently growing in number, who are so frightened of our industrial age that they want to turn their backs on pasteurization and embrace the risk of pre-Pasteur diseases.
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