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Guillaume Bourgault : It happened to me several times: I wanted to buy butter, but I accidentally bought PEANUT butter! I'm so mad at big peanut lobby for having usurped the butter controlled appellation.

Vicki Taylor : Does the dairy industry really think we are so stupid we don't know the difference between cow's milk and nut milk? What about nut butter? Is that next? Man....they are really milking this issue for all it's worth!

Elemenopy Cuaress : Thanks for sharing. Nut milk can be a hard thing for some people to swallow, but they just need to learn to take it on the face value. I'm not ashamed to admit that I milked my nuts to this video. Hell, I've milked my nuts to worse. I, for one, would like to see a day where fathers and sons can come together and share their loads of nut milk with each other freely. It's a great source of protein. So let's start the revolution! Everyone grab your nut sacks and drain them until we've flooded the market and given dairy farmers the shaft!

The Trash Man : I've milked my nuts every day since the age of 13

Oscar Laurie : Milk is what I have with my cereal/tea/coffee/chocolate. I drink almond milk with all those things... so it's milk.

David Weinman : It is only the dairy industry and their allies that are truly concerned about what to call plant milks because of their fear that plant milks are infringing on their bottom line. The rest of consumers understand the difference between plant and animal milk be it canned coconut milk, soy milk, almond milk, or cow juice...uh sorry, cow milk. Same thing with plant meat, cheese, or other compassionate non-animal based foods. In any case, language and definitions do change as time and society changes with producers needing to change too to keep up with the times. As a dietitian, I will continue to call plant milk, cheese, butter, meat, etc what they are (with little to no confusion from patients or consumers): milk, cheese, butter, meat, etc. My request, please stop trying to confuse people with nonsense about what to call almond or soy MILK.

ImAdhis : The dictionary has multiple definitions for the word "milk", including: 1) to extract or draw out (as in extracting liquids from almonds) 2) any liquid resembling milk (dictionary.com specifically mentions coconut and "certain" plants) Maybe the dairy industry can start by having Merriam-Webster change the definition of the word "milk".

watchgoose : the juice inside coconuts has been called "milk" for how long now?????????

Douglas Ripsom : I would like to put in my two cents at this time. This video strikes quite close to home, since I happen to be the proud owner of a 200-head herd of cows of Magnesia. These beauties are very even-tempered and easy to care for, despite the main problem of keeping the dairy clean...

Devyn Fowler : As someone who grew up in southern California where the monarch butterflies migrate and eat the milk of the milkweed plants, I consider milk to be any white milky subtance. And apparently the dictionary agrees with me.

Allison Carpia : This must have taken a long time to film. With all the retakes, from cracking up laughing.

Katherine Spencer-Howard : Almond milk IS a milk because it's a suspension of fats/oils in water, an emulsion, like mammalian milk. That's my amateur opinion and the naming makes sense to me.

Steph ASMR : Funny that the dairy industry never get mad about peanut butter... almond milk must be seen as competition for them to want to change the wording

Joseph Lucas : I say just let "milk" become a generic term and require everyone to label what kind of milk they are selling. Almond milk, soy milk, cow milk, goat milk, etc. That will clear up the supposed confusion.

Azoo Cola : It's still gonna be called milk regardless. This is similar to when the supreme court legally made a tomato (a berry and a fruit) legally a vegetable. It is 100% based on money, because that's what runs the world, greed, not common sense.

RideWyoming : Genius! It's ok to call it milk, it's called milk in many different languages.

DreamShakenBake : This really activated my almonds.

Artux : Prohibiting non-dairy drinks from including the term, like in the EU, is a ridiculous submission to the dairy industry. As if anybody would confuse cow milk and nut milk. Funny video by the way :D

suburbanbanshee : The phrases "almond milk" and "almond butter" are older than this country, and the ingredients were extremely important to medieval cuisine. Hispanic and German cuisine in modern times, too. This is a funny video. But tying it closely to politics ruins the fun.

Jason Hoffman : If it looks like milk and -quacks- tastes like milk and makes your cereal better than as far as I'm concerned it's milk. If you're sensitive about your weight but would rather argue about it than reduce your sugar intake, I can see it being an issue though.

Julia Richards : If they make the nut industry put some absurd indirect name on the almond product I pour on my cereal, do they think I will quit writing milk on my grocery list? If the container in my fridge has some dumb substitute name on it because of some absurd marketing war, do they think the recipes will quit using the term soy milk? Treating us as if we are dumb is not going to make us start to accidentally buy their product. We either want a dairy product or we want something else, whatever it is called.

bliglum : I noticed ever since nut milks started getting popular, the price of cow's milk has plummeted... Guess that wasn't enough to stop the sales decline, so now they're trying the court route eh?

Samuel Seager : 2:00 ...male...and then eats it. Hilarious!

Cole Sarar : Lol. I love this video. What are we going to call milkweed? Coconut milk? The milk of human kindness? Horseflies aren't horses at all! Dogfish? Catfish? Tigerbalm is neither for nor of tigers!

Emma Vegan : I love this video so much. I love almond milk, soy milk, all kinds of plant based milks! <3

Jon Ruedy : One of the best videos I've ever watched

Kerri Morrison : Yo, dairy industry. You guys seem really scared.

midnite8lue : I prefer oat milk, but almond milk is the best, of course. Nuts are underrated. Nice film, made me so laugh. And I hope no almond was harmed in the making of this. X ) ;)

angela mcdonnell : You’ve made my day.. this is just the best YouTube video I’ve seen in ages... high 5 ❤️

abramsaw : Straight up milk

Becky Dickerhoof : An extract from nuts is just that an extract. Milk is produced by lactating mammals.

BLT4LIFE : Would you put peanut butter in the DAIRY section?

jayy see : Hilarious

InsecureWifi : Tyler Duffy for best lead role.

Barry Dale : Milk comes from lactating animals. not nuts.Try and sell your almond based product as almonds, on it's own merit, if it has any. Don't try to confuse the public, about it's origins

Kvitnifr : its milk

cowman1970 : I had a similar idea floating through my head but you beat me to it. I would've loved to done the acting role for this video :)

john smith : Finally! I've always wondered....

Tyler Brosious : Almond "milk" should be called almond juice. Milk comes from mammals. Not nuts.

Aaron Aveiro : 😁😁😁😁

crackfiji42 : It's an example of the dumbing down of society. If you can't read the word ALMOND before the word MILK, then maybe you should take a hammer to your cranium.

Lyle Edwards : If cow's milk is so bad, why do nut juices want to use the term?

Deb Lynne : I'm thinking there are three reasons it's called nut milk. Because it is whitish like milk, it is used as a milk substitute, and if we were to call it nut juice that would just be weird, and frankly a little gross.

Vincent Manginelli : So proud of what you do for the country!!!!

Uni whal : any liquid that comes out of a living thing. Ants "milk" aphids for some weird liquid. I guess it's just liquid out of a living thing. weird

shae alrousan : Shame on the nut industry free the nuts

bluedragonfly5 : A personal favorite is coconut mylk, waiting for that video.

Supe063 : Is it true that output increases 20% when you pipe in classical music? Or is that just because grandpa thinks rock and roll is for sissies?

Tom Honey : Sure, I think it is a nut farm. Nothing to do with the kind in a shell

Lundy Lundy : milking some nuts if you know what i mean