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Anyone have any experience with their home delivery of milk? Wondering if it would be worth trying... Thanks! Jennifer
Please remember Organic Pastures. I don't know where they ship to now (DIShGo?), but there is raw-milk butter available in the United States. --- Separate Topic: You should read the following sentence 5,000 times, and commit it to memory: I recently purchased two liters of unpasteurized milk (which was labeled "For Animal Use Only"), and gave it to my pet. Whatever you do, read that previous paragraph as many times as you need to, and write me if you'd like - but, this invitation is only available to people with 10+ posts (and I don't mean in 2005). If you haven't been participating in this community, don't bother trying to get information from me as to where to buy raw milk. If you've been an active member of this community, I'll be happy to help you.
You evoked a childhood memory - I now remember the first time I saw a TV commercial for B&B (late 1960's, I would guess) - they looked *so good* to me, and my parents started buying them for a few months ... I *loved* them. What I was loving, of course, was the taste of butter; my mom was "oleomargarine" all-the-way, most likely having bought into the notion that margarine was better for you than butter (we never did discuss "why"). I had to suffer through this for probably twenty years, before later in life she stopped caring, and started buying butter again after I wore her down - even as a child, not having any knowledge, I knew that "oleomargarine" tasted terrible! I think even when she was older, I'd occasionally see "I Can't Believe It's Not Butter" in the refrigerator (my standard response: "I can't believe it's not butter, either!")