I apologize if this is a reboot, but I am having trouble searching for this.
In my long slow quest to eat mainly whole foods and “don’t eat things that your great- grandmother wouldn’t recognize”* discovered “standard milk” non-homogenized whole milk, both organic and non organic. It tastes good, and oddly it doesn’t seem to give me the digestive upset that drinking a glass of 2% does.
My only problem is the solidified thick cream in the neck of the bottle. It is absolutely delicious if I add it to my porridge, or if I put it in a smoothy. In coffee it leaves greasy floating pools on the surface, almost as if I added butter. (I know, they are quite similar). But if I am not currently making porridge or smoothies, I don’t really know what to do with this blob. Yummy yummy thick cream.
My husband is completely disgusted by this, so we are buying homogenized milk as well. Or just condensed milk in a can, for coffee.
Obligatory comment on milk nomenclature in Canada.
*I’ve modified it to “someone’s great grandmother”. *My *great grandmother wouldn’t recognize sushi, pad Thai, or probably even avocados, but I am not giving them up.