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Anyone know where I can find organic, pastured, humanely-raised eggs, chicken and milk in Los Angeles? Preferably from a family farm. I don't care how much it costs. No more caging and debeaking...
I live in Italy and am here (in the South Bay) for the summer, looking for raw milk. We've been enjoying Straus Creamery's milk, but it's not quite the same. My research has led me to Organic Pastu...
is it my imagine or is there a sweetish after taste that you dont have with regular lactose milk??
So I got to wondering why the chocolate never separates to the bottom of the milk like it would if I made chocolate milk with syrup. Something must keep the chocolate suspended in the liquid, but w...
Hey friends! We were at Clockwork on Glenwood South (Raleigh, NC) earlier this week (major cool bar & restaurant… definitely ask for Fernando for the bartender and not this chick bartender with a...
I wonder how many Peeps they had to milk to get a gallon of that stuff.
Does anyone else find the new Milk AD to be incredibly insulting to consumers? "Lecithin" - really? The Bud Ad's buzz was significant and continues to raise discussions, but this is an incredible...
Other than Fair Food (Reading Terminal), any other places to buy Raw Milk in center city Philadelphia?
(FF closes at 6pm and it's hard to get there on week days for me)
I need to make a egg casserole for breakfast tomorrow morning. . I have only a pint of heavy whipping cream. How much water should I add to the pint of cream for this purpose....or is this a bad ...
In a pinch, can I make chocolate ganache with milk instead of heavy cream? Much thanks for the replies.
I have a recipe that calls for steamed milk, and I was wondering if there was a way of doing it without acquiring a cappucino machine?
We bought too much milk and it is still fresh, but I need to use it up. What are the best recipes you have that use a lot of it? I was thinking some kind of custard or pudding. thanks
I made a quiche recipe a while back with milk (no cream) and it was fantastic. I can't find where I put it and which website I got it from.
I am adding cheddar cheese, bacon, onions and brocali....
Any idea how much heavy cream to add to 2% milk to get closer to whole milk's fat level?
Honestly I'd just normally pour in a bunch... Any reason not to? :)
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