Organic Pastures is a privately owned dairy based in Fresno, California, selling their raw milk, raw colostrum and raw cream in Los Angeles, as well as other places.
We happen to make our own ice cream. We use raw cream and raw colostrum and turn out some pretty smooth strawberry, vanilla and orange ice cream. Somewhere along the line we’ll make chocolate. We also use raw colostrum and raw milk for some icy-delicious ice milk.
It turns out that I wasn’t thinking at all before when I was having a problem obtaining raw cream for our organic ice cream. All I had to do was put in an order and Organic Pastures will fill it at the store where I purchase my milk products. We now purchase raw milk, raw colostrum and raw cream from a local health food store named Lassen’s Natural Foods. The prices are reasonable, and someone from Lassen’s calls me when our raw cream order is ready to be picked up. It becomes very convenient for me — and running out of ice cream is now a thing of the past.
Okay! The Organic Pastures raw cream is not organic. [Added: it IS organic; see my correction below] But it’s straight from the cow — cows not given antibiotics or growth hormones. And since it’s raw, that means that the cream isn’t cooked or pasteurized. We are consuming real, nutritious, no added "ingredients" ice cream! We use organic agave instead of processed sugar. And, so far, I haven’t been putting on extra weight.
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