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  • Home Village Milk I have a raw milk vending machine 2k down the road from my house, it's awesome. 24/7 milk.
    Go sell crazy somewhere else.........we're all stocked up here.

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    • Originally posted by Soulrunner View Post
      Home Village Milk I have a raw milk vending machine 2k down the road from my house, it's awesome. 24/7 milk.
      That is a sweet idea.... but here in the States, our overlording nanny government wouldn't allow it.... gods forbid you carry raw milk across a line drawn on a map!

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      • Originally posted by ssn679doc View Post
        gods forbid you carry raw milk across a line drawn on a map!
        Ah, but the physical line might have some strange geothermic, chemical altering properties!

        It's the same over here law wise, it's tight as, and I believe it's still illegal in Scotland, period.

        I'm still struggling to find it local to me, and I live fairly near to farming country!

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        • Originally posted by Dhansakdave View Post
          Ah, but the physical line might have some strange geothermic, chemical altering properties!

          It's the same over here law wise, it's tight as, and I believe it's still illegal in Scotland, period.

          I'm still struggling to find it local to me, and I live fairly near to farming country!
          you sir are a genius! It can only be explained by the concept of PFM..... the milk will get poisoned when you cross a state boundry by PFM.... Pure Freakin Magik! <facepalm> Why dinst I thunk of it by me lonesome!

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          • LOL, you guys are funny! Got to watch out for that dangerous milk - runs screaming from the stuff that nurtures whole cultures with no heart disease, cancer or high bloodpressure (thinking of the Maasai who live almost exclusively on dairy and blood!)

            I am hoping to eventually have our own 'vending machine' for raw milk - a little friendly cow
            Start weight: 225.5 lbs Feb 14th 2012. Height: 5'7"
            Primal low: 186 lbs
            Current weight: 221.4 lbs
            Goal weight: 140 lbs

            "You are free to choose, BUT you are not free from the consequences of your choices."

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            • B: Sliced fresh pear, homemade yoghurt, sprinkle of coconut chips.
              L: Two hardboiled eggs, one glass raw milk, pumpkin soup.
              S: Pear, cheese, chocolate. Also leftover beef and vege soup (the smoky one!).
              D: Two oven baked lamb neck chops, with apple/onion/carrot/parsnip/pumpkin/potato.

              Digestion still not back to normal. Starting to doubt the fish and chips could still be responsible. The other thing I have changed of course is the milk. I thought that would be easily digested, but perhaps not?

              Almost primal baking - I made an apple shortcake using a mix of flour/ground LSA/tapioca starch for the crust. It came up lovely, I had only the barest taste because I'm being strict this week, but the family approved.
              Last edited by Annieh; 07-26-2013, 07:08 PM.
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              • Apple shortcake sounds divine. Don't think I'd be able to resist like you have. Though am very glad primal eating includes heaps of satisfying food so going without so-called 'treats' doesn't really feel like deprivation

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                • It is a little bit hard to resist, but only because it's so nearly primal. However, I know that I can make another one, fully primal, some time whenever I like so I will save my appetite till then. Meanwhile I am feeding the family better than they would usually have and have finally used up the flour my dd bought which annoys me sitting in the pantry.

                  On the whole though, I just don't feel deprived at all with this way of eating. I have occasionally had a home baked cookie if I wanted it, counting it my 20%. Sometimes they're worth it, but this week I'm still getting over last weekend's takeaways - that really WASN'T worth it and if I hadn't had them I could be eating shortcake now. Aah well.

                  B: Two fried eggs and a lamb chop.
                  L: Two carrot fritters, juice of seven grapefruit - see if that helps get my system moving!
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                  • I'm smiling today because It's my birthday and my dh bought me a plum tree. I will plant it in the middle of the chicken's area, with some netting down so they cannot scratch up the roots. It will - eventually, being just three bare sticks right now - camouflage my neighbour's concrete shed with beautiful leaves and blossoms, give shade to the chickens and bear fruit for Christmas. I can't wait!

                    My birthday lunch was farmkilled roast beef, pumpkin bake, ham, roast parsnip. For my cake I requested pav and my dh made a beauty. There were cup cakes and pie and jelly but I ignored them and just had the pavlova and cream. All that sugar is making me a bit sleepy, but hey, who cares?

                    My sister bought me the cutest apron in Italy, it's not polka dots but lemons which are even more primal IMO.
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                    • Happy Birthday Annieh!
                      The plum tree sounds cool, as does the food!

                      Hope you had a great day!

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                      • Happy birthday to you
                        I like badgers, books and booze, more or less in that order.

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                        • Happy birthday!
                          Go sell crazy somewhere else.........we're all stocked up here.

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                          • Birthday salutations Annie!

                            Got a Victoria plum tree in my back yard, I've got fruit out of it twice in about 14 years, they were lush as well, just wish it would bear fruit more often!

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                            • Happy birthday! Enjoy the day... do something fun.....

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                              • Happy Birthday!!! I hope that you've had a wonderful day

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