Why have I never before heard of the Amazon customer reviews of "Tuscan Whole Milk", which now number nearly a thousand? For example, Sam says:
"i'm a poor college student and i can't afford the full "brand new" tuscan whole milk price. would anyone be willing to put up some "used" tuscan whole milk at a more reasonable rate?"Jay Fitzsimmons has this question:
"Has anyone else tried pouring this stuff over dry cereal? A-W-E-S-O-M-E!"But not everyone has a positive experience with this product. Here's the review by a K. Peterson of "Oregon":
"This product gave me diarrhea. My brother got cholera, my mom got the measles and my sister broke her arm. Soon after, we lost a wagon wheel and a thief stole 3 oxen."Most surprising are some reviews that are thousands of words long, and seem to occasionally wander from the point. I wonder if the product has some psychoactive properties that induce logorrhea? But check them out and decide for yourself.