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I still remember the days before homogenized milk when cream floated to the top of the milk bottle. And was mostly used as cream in coffee or in cooking. We still got such milk delivered in the early 1950s from a local dairy.

When I was young (late 60s, early 70s), I used to ride my bike to a dairy farm a couple miles away and bring home milk in aluminum milk jugs (with the wire loop handles). To this day I can't pour a glass of milk without shaking the carton first.
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