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Value of Raw Milk

Posted on 7 August, 2020 at 0:40 Comments comments (0)

The Food Value of Raw Milk

 

 

Indeed, the food value of milk can hardly be overestimated. This may be better visualized by remembering that a quart of milk equals in food value three-quarters of a pound of beefsteak, two pints of oysters, eight eggs, two pounds or chicken, three-fifths of a pound of pork chops, or three pounds of fresh codfish.


Taken from The Milk Diet 

The Milk Diet: How to Use the Milk Diet Scientifically at Home by ...

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Raw Milk Diet - Cure

Posted on 6 August, 2020 at 0:30 Comments comments (0)

It has been used both in the daily diet (often fermented) and by special groups with extra nutritional needs, like the elderly, pregnant or nursing women, warriors, and sick people. An ancient Babylon text tells how raw milk was used to drive out the demons of sickness, “Bring milk and laban that man become as pure as laban; like that milk may he become pure.”(1)

 

A portion of raw milk was drunk fresh and warm from the cow (or...

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Yogurt and You Benefits

Posted on 5 August, 2020 at 18:50 Comments comments (0)

I didn’t grow up eating yogurt, I got introduced to it as an adult. At first, I was unimpressed, but I’ve gotten used to it, and I love some of the uses it can be put to. Many people point to its uses in cooking, and there are quite a few uses, but I’m more impressed by the other things it can be used for.

 

Cold Prevention: The good bacteria in it can strengthen the immune system and may keep the common cold at bay. Natu...

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Homemade Macaroni and Cheese

Posted on 5 August, 2020 at 0:55 Comments comments (0)

Homemade mac and cheese

 

1 box elbow macaroni, fully cooked, drained. Set aside in a bowl, drizzle a bit of olive oil to keep from sticking.

 

1 block cream cheese, room temperature, cut up in chunks.

1 - 8 oz block sharp cheddar shredded.

1/2 C parmesan or parmesan with asiago.

1 C mozzarella or a bit more.

 

Whole milk or half and half

 

Salt and pepper to taste, red pepper flake, garlic, and parsley...

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Do it Your self!

Posted on 29 July, 2020 at 13:10 Comments comments (0)

I love Do it Yourself stuff!! Figuring things out is fun and creative!

 

A few of my recent favorites are - NuStock -

A long standing livestock stock salve, safe for cats and dogs too. It literally cures nearly all skin issues. Protects, Stays put and lasts. It’s also apx. $12 for a tube.

 

Take a look at Jeffers Livesotck or pet supplies - On the tube they list th...

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