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Yeah, it's basically like putting water on your cereal with a splash of milk for flavor. I attempted to my yogurt with 2% the other day. YUCK!!! I can drink 2% just fine, but not in yogurt.
I looked at the calorie content of 2% vs skim too and there isn't a big difference! Like fifteen calories. I haven't found raw milk here yet, but when I do I'm back on whole milk.
Yeah, I can't find raw milk either...but this next month, we are going to see if we can do majority organic in everything and see how we can do with our budget. Particularly fruits/veggies/meat. What all are you planting in your garden this year? We're going to do tomatoes, herbs, peas, peppers, and lettuce. We tried some brussel sprouts and cabbage last year, but they didn't turn out.
I read that farmers give their pigs skim milk to fatten them up. Scary! Have you ever read the book "Nourishing Traditions"? It's in there. Awesome book!
We are big nourishing traditions people, though I haven't gotten any kombucha or kefir going since we moved. I also don't have a source for raw milk right now either, which is frustrating!
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