It’s the liquid that’s left after making a cheese. It’s extremely healthy for liver and it is often used to heal the liver after hepatitis and similar diseases. I know the cheese is not allowed, but is this allowed to drink or cook with?
I checked online and the numbers on the nutritional value and one don’t seem bad to me, but the second one seems little higher. Can anyone confirm?
Hello raster, always fast on the trigger there 🙂 Thank you for responding right away!
I did see the post you mention but they asked about the powdered whey protein. I am talking about the actual liquid left after cheese production. They sell it here in the bottles and was hoping this is different and maybe allowed. I think I also can get my hands on some organic whey from actual people making cheese.
I am thinking about making kefir cheese so I will have whey left and am going to definitely drink that 🙂
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