Raw milk is legal in New Hampshire, there are several places we can get it. I 
haven't dared to try it yet but we do often get non-homogenized milk from the 
same dairy. Its pasteurized but you need to remember to share it before 
drinking, or don't to get some cream for cereal.
-Curt

      From: Rich Thomas via Mercedes <mercedes@okiebenz.com>
 To: mercedes@okiebenz.com 
Cc: Rich Thomas <richthomas79td...@constructivity.net> 
 Sent: Saturday, July 25, 2015 10:41 AM
 Subject: Re: [MBZ] Way OT: Blendtec recipes, anyone?
   
My buddy Greg does a lot of baking (and now is learning ice cream) and 
uses raw milk mostly, I think he said there is a dairy on Wadmalaw that 
produces and sells it.  He gets it at the Stono Market on Johns Island.  
Not too convenient for you, but probably a lot cheaper.

--R





On 7/24/15 11:26 PM, Max Dillon via Mercedes wrote:
> Local "farm" has a small grocery store with mostly local products, including 
> raw milk.  Priced at about 2x homogenized milk, they couldn't keep it in 
> stock, kept increasing the price until they found the market price, which is 
> like $8 a half gallon.
>
> I grew up on raw milk, straight from the nearest neighbors dairy farm.  Store 
> milk is like water to me, nothing in it.


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