Four weeks ago we announced our fundraising drive, with a goal of $100,000. I am happy to report that we are almost there!
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The Revolution Will Not Be Pasteurized: Raw Milk and Food Rights in the 21st Century By Alex Buchholz Some think raw milk is one of those weird elitist trends – right up there with country clubs. Others think it’s downright dangerous. Since “raw” has become one of those confusing health-food...
Sally Fallon Morell uses a photo that I took in her PowerPoint on Traditional Diets that illustrates what it means to have a little bread with your butter: the Grindstone Bakery slice of bread is half the depth of the thick layer of butter on top, and there are teeth marks on the butter!
We often say, "Have a little bread with your butter," because butter is much more nutrient dense than any bread will be. For example, butter contains the most absorbable form of Vitamin A. We recommend raw or cultured butter from cows on pasture like this one: amzn.to/2a3lvJt sold via our Amazon affiliation.
See our article - In defense of butter: bit.ly/butterpost
This database allows access to opinions and conclusions from 115 SCOGS reports* published between 1972-1980 on the safety of over 370 Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) food substances. The GRAS ingredient reviews were conducted by the Select Committee in response to a 1969 White House directive by...