raw milk in SEA?
- allisonw Apr 29, 2008 10:45 AM
I'm reading Nina Planck's excellent book, Real Food, and it's got me thinking about better food. Can a person buy raw milk, or is it completely obsolete? I remember enjoying it as a kid, it was so delicious. What about butter made with whole raw milk? I imagine I can get real eggs at the farmer's market, but not sure about the milk products.
Farmer's markets (at the least the one in the U-district) and Whole Foods.
I can decide if I like it better because it's actually better or because I get whole milk when I'm splurging for raw, whereas I get 1% or skim when I go the supermarket.
Sea Breeze Farms is, I think, the name of the supplier at the Ballard Farmer's Market.
I've seen it at the creamery in pike place too.
$6 for a quart of milk! One hopes that's a very pampered moocow.
Then again, $4 for Starbucks...