Speaking of Milk…

The best kept secret on milk must be shared here! Okay, maybe I’m the only one in the dark on this.

Hubby had a Braum’s ice cream craving last night…so while in the restaurant, we moseyed over to check out the price of their milk. Only $3.15 a gallon compared to the over $4 that our local grocery store is charging! Wow.

But even better, they advertise on their dairy cabinets that their dairy cows are not given antibiotics or growth hormones, etc…basically this is organic milk! (I’m not claiming that it is, can’t remember the exact details…but still very impressive!)

A while back I chatted with our nutritionist, aka, applied kinesiologist, about wanting to find a local dairy from which to buy raw milk…one with a more natural approach to production. Dr. T said that they are really hard to find because they, for the most part, already have a full clientèle and no one is talking/sharing! She’s been sworn to secrecy as to their source of organic milk, b/c the dairy farmer doesn’t need the headache of more rules and regs and more customers than he can keep happy.

But now I’ve got Braum’s!

Do you have a Braum’s in your area? Psst, a dozen eggs there was $1.43! (Cheep!)

3 thoughts on “Speaking of Milk…”

  1. Braums is where we get our milk. We started buying it there because they do not use the hormones ect. and it is a lot cheaper than the organic milk elsewhere. I’m not thinking they mark it Organic, but it is. I think it is just hard and costly to get the organic mark on a product. I also love our farmers market for organic produce that does not cost very much. Now our Wal-mart carries organic refries and all sort of things that are organic. I just purchased two bottles of Ragu sauce that was only a tiny bit more than the regular. So much healthier for our family. God bless for sharing about Braums. I just found out about it maybe a year ago. Hugs Juli

  2. I think you’re right about Braum’s being organic but just not wanting to jump through a zillion red-taped hoops to claim it. It is SUCH good milk! I’m so glad to have discovered it…thanks for sharing about the Ragu sauce!

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