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Where to find organic, lightweight chickens?

Try Mother's Market. We have them in Orange County, but I am not sure about LA area though. But they have chickens lighter than 3.5 lbs. I get mine close to 3.0 lbs.

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Mother's Market
10928 Valley Mall, El Monte, CA 91731

Grain mill for breaking soybeans to make tempeh (moved from L.A. board)

Hi,

Please recommend a grain mill that I can use to make tempeh. There are plenty of grain mills out there and I just don't know which one to buy and I hoping to avoid owning a lot of them until I find a right one.

I hope somebody can help me or at least point me to the right direction.

Thank you.

Tom

Apr 04, 2011
Tom_Fountain_Valley in Cookware

Raw Milk direct from the farmer?

That is sad to know. Too bad. For someone like my daughter, the raw organic goat milk is great because she can digest the milk much easier than the raw cow milk. She recovered from severe eczema symptoms, from which she was in intensive care for 1 week under IVs and antibiotics when she was 4 months old. She is now 19 months old.

I guess we can make frequent trips to Rawesome, but it would be nice to get it locally fresh. Laws can be helpful but in this case it's a pain to tell people what they can and can't consume, especially milk is a bit much.

Raw Milk direct from the farmer?

What about raw got milk?

Raw Milk direct from the farmer?

Try Organic Pastures and type in your zip code to find out the nearest stores that have raw milk.
http://www.organicpastures.com/shop.h...

Raw goat milk in Orange County

Mother's Market has a lot of good stuffs but the Raw Organic (or not) Goat milk is something that they don't carry. I'll check out the Irvine famers' market on Saturday. Why not! Thanks

I believe it is an underground market, but I just don't really know how to get some contact. I called Apple Valley and left a message but I think people don't really want to sell to you if they don't know you for obvious reason, the law forbids selling raw goat milk. I wonder why the goats get the short end of the stick in California whereas other states can consume raw goat milk.

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Mother's Market
10928 Valley Mall, El Monte, CA 91731

Raw Milk direct from the farmer?

That makes sense because all of the trail of paperwork and people do cost a lot of money. I just hope that their milk is as true as they claim to be. I like the bottle and the cream on their milk versus the ones from OP. I'll try next time. Does anyone know when their milk is fresh. For example, here in Orange County, the OP milk is freshly delivered to the stores on Monday.

Thanks

Raw Milk direct from the farmer?

It would be difficult to visit the Amish farm though, they are in Pennsylvania. I just don't get why Claravale wouldn't certify their milk since it would be better for them. That's just my thinking though. There got to be a reason that they are not doing it, not simply because they don't agree with the way that milk get certified by certain restrictions.

Raw goat milk in Orange County

I have been trying to contact those folks for a few days now and pretty much no luck so far. But I'll keep trying. Thanks

I do believe there are folks out there that have goats in Orange County or nearby and sell the milk to others because they just can't consume all of it. But I just don't know how to go about it.

Raw goat milk in Orange County

Does anyone know how I can get raw goat milk in Orange County or somewhere close to Orange County. My daughter has severe eczema symptoms as a baby and now she about 95% healed. I would like her to drink raw goat milk because of protein in the goat milk is much easier to digest but I have a really hard time to find a place that sells raw goat milk. The law doesn't allow selling raw goat milk doesn't have my cause.

But I believe there are people who actually drink raw goat milk in California and not all of them go to Rawesome to get their raw goat milk. It is a good drive from Orange County to Rawesome for us. But if we can't get it elsewhere then we will go there.

I figure I ask the folks here for information. There are some that label their raw goat milk for "pet consumption". Any information would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Tom

Raw Milk direct from the farmer?

That's good to know. I'll try the milk next time. I am guessing their milk maybe better than Organic Pastures because I tasted the Amish raw milk, and it was a lot richer then the OP. I read somewhere that the OP milk is water-down a bit. I can't confirm this but if someone knows more about this, I am interested to know more about the water-down story.

Thanks

Raw Milk direct from the farmer?

The only thing I have to comment about Claravale Dairy is that their raw milk is not organic but I do like the bottle though.