Raw Milk

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Last week when we were at Whole Foods, Sam and I decided to try Raw Milk, which is milk as pure as it gets–farm fresh, unpasteurized, the real deal. There’s no quibbling between skim or 1% or 2%; Raw Milk is unabashedly whole milk. There is also an element of excitement in drinking Raw Milk: not being pasteurized inherently increases risk of sickness due to bacteria. Is it worth it? We thought so. After all, it is how our forefathers used to drink milk.
So how did it compare to regular TJ's or Lucerne milk? Stick-to-the-roof-of-your-mouth creamy, wonderin'-if-this-is-grass-I-taste earthy and altogether pure and unadulterated. Am I making the switch from regular to raw milk? Not yet, as it's not as economical as regular milk and Sam hasn't been able to convince me yet that I should drink whole milk. But Raw Milk certainly makes for a good milk moustache.

So how did it compare to regular TJ's or Lucerne milk? Stick-to-the-roof-of-your-mouth creamy, wonderin'-if-this-is-grass-I-taste earthy and altogether pure and unadulterated. Am I making the switch from regular to raw milk? Not yet, as it's not as economical as regular milk and Sam hasn't been able to convince me yet that I should drink whole milk. But Raw Milk certainly makes for a good milk moustache.

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