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non homogenised milk in NYC?

The Engineer Apr 20, 2007 05:16 AM

Where can I find some non-homogenised milk in NYC? There was a guy selling it at the Union Square greenmarket last year, but he disappeared. At the time, greenmarket management told me he probably wouldn't be back.

Manhattan or Brooklyn preferred, but I'll travel to other boroughs/LI/NJ if I have to...

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  1. Pat Hammond RE: The Engineer Apr 20, 2007 06:27 AM

    Here's a country-wide listing of raw milk sources. New York State is represented:
    http://www.realmilk.com/where4.html#ny

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      KRS RE: The Engineer Apr 22, 2007 06:58 AM

      Saxelby Cheese in the Essex Street market has it. Top quality, top price.

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        Joe Food RE: The Engineer Apr 29, 2007 09:49 AM

        Are you looking for un-homogenized milk or un-pasteurized milk? For the former, Ronnybrook Dairy sells creamline milk at their shop in the Chelsea Market and at various Greenmarkets around town.

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          The Engineer RE: Joe Food Apr 30, 2007 06:07 PM

          un-homogenized! I like the cream on top. I had no idea Ronnybrook carries this, thanks for the tip. I'll look at Saxleby's too...

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            MarkG RE: Joe Food Aug 19, 2007 01:08 AM

            raw milk-- NOT pasteurized-- supposedly can only be bought at the farm-- NOT retail. an article on raw milk appeared around August 10th or so in The Times in the food section

          2. Nuray RE: The Engineer Jul 31, 2007 04:30 PM

            Whole Foods has the Sky Top brand, it says not homogenized on it.

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              ratatosk RE: The Engineer Aug 20, 2007 10:26 AM

              Ronnybrook creamline milk can be bought at Whole Foods, Fairway (in small bottles), and Citarella. Probably elsewhere, but I've definitely purchased it at those three places.

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                LNG212 RE: ratatosk Sep 14, 2007 09:34 AM

                i think ronnybrook must show up at multiple greenmarkets around town. they are definitely at west 97th st. on fridays (that's where i get the creamline). and also when you buy keep the glass container -- when you return it, they take $1 off your next purchase.

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                MrsT RE: The Engineer Sep 13, 2007 07:00 PM

                Union Market, The Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket are a few places that sell Ronnybrook Farms in Brooklyn. There are also a bunch of little places along 7th Avenue that also carry it.

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                  ashleybell RE: The Engineer Sep 13, 2007 07:01 PM

                  I got it from Freshdirect...Ronnybrook All Natural Creamline Milk - 64oz, $3.69/ea, here's their description:

                  Family-owned and run, Ronnybrook Farms produces wholesome, pesticide, GBH and antibiotic-free dairy products in small batches and delivers them at their peak of freshness. Called the "Dom Perignon" of dairy by the New York Times, "Creamline" milk is old-fashioned whole milk made the way the cow delivers it. Pasteurized but not homogenized, the cream floats to the top. Spoon it off for your coffee, or shake it up for delicious, creamy whole milk.

                  No Pesticides
                  All Natural
                  RBST Free
                  No Preservatives
                  Antibiotic Free

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                    nerdgoggles RE: ashleybell Sep 14, 2007 01:22 PM

                    Dang, you get a gallon of fancy milk for $3.69? That is CHEAP. Good find.

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