Oct 15, 2016 1:30 AM GMT
NYT: Cows that eat grass and flowers store the yellow pigment beta carotene, found naturally in those plants, in their fat.
ANTiSociaLiNJUSTICeWarior saidwoodsmen saidWow Anti! That's great research.
Are you being sarcastic toward me?
I remember as a teenager wondering why butter was yellower than milk. And I recall looking at the ingredient list of butter and learned that they added annato for coloring. They add a lot more annato to cheeses like Colby Jack to get that yellow-orange appearance.