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#4693594 - 03/13/18 03:42 PM Real milk
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Local dairy near me. I go to farm and get it too.
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#4693600 - 03/13/18 03:52 PM Re: Real milk [Re: car51]
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Vitamin D milk is $1.78 a gallon at the Walmart near me. It came from a dairy farm.
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#4693603 - 03/13/18 03:55 PM Re: Real milk [Re: car51]
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This cost me $1.00 as there's a $2.00 deposit per bottle. Plus I drink buttermilk and bake with it smile

I won't trust milk from a place like Wal Mart, Giant Eagle etc. that's just me
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#4693605 - 03/13/18 03:56 PM Re: Real milk [Re: car51]
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Does the stuff from the local dairy taste like onions at certain times of the year?
A friend of mine from MO who grew up on a cattle farm told me that was the worst part of drinking raw milk. I'm not sure if they had their own dairy cows or bought it from neighbors, I'm pretty sure his family specialized in beef cattle.
My dairy farmer cousins never mentioned this to me, maybe wild onions are not as much of an issue in WI?
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#4693606 - 03/13/18 03:59 PM Re: Real milk [Re: car51]
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Dunno, this milk is DELICIOUS though. Their chocolate and strawberry milk are like drinking a milkshake too
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#4693607 - 03/13/18 04:01 PM Re: Real milk [Re: car51]
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Registered: 07/26/04
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No need to go to the farm around here; plenty of local retailers offer locally produced milk.

"Way better" tasting than synthetic blends offered by Wally World

Hats off on supporting your neighbors.


Edited by simple_gifts (03/13/18 04:03 PM)
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#4693610 - 03/13/18 04:03 PM Re: Real milk [Re: car51]
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#4693616 - 03/13/18 04:07 PM Re: Real milk [Re: car51]
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Originally Posted By: car51
This cost me $1.00 as there's a $2.00 deposit per bottle.

I wish ours was this inexpensive. That kind of local dairy milk in a half-gallon glass bottle is $3.79 here, plus bottle deposit, of course.

Their holiday eggnog also comes in a glass bottle and is really good, too.
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#4693617 - 03/13/18 04:07 PM Re: Real milk [Re: simple_gifts]
car51 Offline


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Originally Posted By: simple_gifts
No need to go to the farm around here; plenty of local retailers offer locally produced milk.

"Way better" tasting than synthetic blends offered by Wally World

Hats off on supporting your neighbors.


Thank You and the farm is maybe 20 minute drive from me via back roads smile
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#4693619 - 03/13/18 04:09 PM Re: Real milk [Re: aquariuscsm]
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Originally Posted By: aquariuscsm


ROFLMAO!! :^). Thanks, I needed that smile
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#4693699 - 03/13/18 05:29 PM Re: Real milk [Re: car51]
SVTCobra Offline


Registered: 12/11/09
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Loc: Battle Creek, MI
Originally Posted By: car51
This cost me $1.00 as there's a $2.00 deposit per bottle. Plus I drink buttermilk and bake with it smile

I won't trust milk from a place like Wal Mart, Giant Eagle etc. that's just me


Next time you go to the grocery store look at the USDA number - it indicates the state and USDA registered facility it was produced. More likely than not it was made by the same company that made the local name brand name milk. Same stuff different label.
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#4693707 - 03/13/18 05:40 PM Re: Real milk [Re: car51]
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I grew up on non pasteurized milk from a local farm. Worked in the meat packing facility that cut and packaged the beef from that farm too.

Is your real milk non pasteurized?

We had a great time skimming the cream off of the top, and making the worlds most incredible whipped cream.

On cereal, we'd shake up the gallon to mix the cream and the milk, and pour. Good God that was delicious on Familia Swiss Muesli. (rolled whole grains with nuts n fruit)

EDIT: Now you've done it. I'm searching for that cereal and finding some local milk.....


Edited by Cujet (03/13/18 05:42 PM)
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#4693715 - 03/13/18 05:48 PM Re: Real milk [Re: car51]
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I always wondered what was wrong with the third bottle of milk in front of Napoleon.
Did the farmers have sly grins on their faces as he drank it??
Would it have gotten the movie an R rating?
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#4693725 - 03/13/18 05:54 PM Re: Real milk [Re: car51]
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Registered: 01/03/04
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Loc: northern Alabama
Cujet,

Do you mean non-homogenized? That's what keeps the cream on top.

Virtus,

Yes, in Alabama if you get non-homogenized milk it will taste like onions sometimes.

car51,

Try to find some non-homogenized. That tastes more like real milk. smile

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#4693751 - 03/13/18 06:15 PM Re: Real milk [Re: car51]
SVTCobra Offline


Registered: 12/11/09
Posts: 701
Loc: Battle Creek, MI
Originally Posted By: car51
Dunno, this milk is DELICIOUS though. Their chocolate and strawberry milk are like drinking a milkshake too


Probably because they didn't separate the fat from the milk. Legally in the US whole milk is 3.25% far and if it's not separated it could be as high as 5% milkfat depending on the breed.
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