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Re: Holiday Food

I was raised on raw milk. My father always said, vis-`-vis raw and pasteurized milk, "I'd just as soon drink a menagerie as a graveyard." To this day I cannot stand the taste of pasteurized or homogenized milk. Ugh!

On Tuesday, December 30, 2003, at 05:09 PM, Jesse Bell wrote:

Well, she isn't lactose intollerant....cause she likes it with cereal in the morning and cheese, yogurt, cottage cheese, etc. She just doesn't like the taste of milk. Man....I grew up with farm-fresh dairy milk....good stuff. And we buy it from a local dairy and it's great. I can remember skimming the cream off the top of the big ole jar...and putting it in an empty jar with salt etc. and shaking it till it turned to butter. Yummy stuff.

Island Jim
Southwest Florida
Zone 10

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