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    Which one is better (more primal) and does anyone know if there is grass fed raw milk cheese? Where to get it?

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    Google search for Castle Rock Dairy in Osseo, WI. Grass fed raw cheddar cheeses. They are wonderful. I am lucky because I get to buy them in my local grocery store, but I am pretty sure they ship

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    • #3
      Raw milk cheese is better. Any raw milk product should be 100% pastured. Less pathogens that way.

      Look here Where Can I Find Real Milk Products? to find some. I buy mine from a local WAPF co-op thing listed there, and pay about $10/lb. ymmv.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by AmyP View Post
        Google search for Castle Rock Dairy in Osseo, WI. Grass fed raw cheddar cheeses. They are wonderful. I am lucky because I get to buy them in my local grocery store, but I am pretty sure they ship
        Unless I missed it, their web site does not claim grass fed. In fact, they say they grow their own grain to feed their animals.

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        • #5
          We are in the upper midwest so I don't think it is possible to grass feed year round, but I do not farm so I am not sure. I have, though, SEEN those cows in pasture at all times of the year. It's local and very very good so that is what I purchase..dairy is an occasional treat for me and if often comes from this farm.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by AmyP View Post
            We are in the upper midwest so I don't think it is possible to grass feed year round, but I do not farm so I am not sure. I have, though, SEEN those cows in pasture at all times of the year. It's local and very very good so that is what I purchase..dairy is an occasional treat for me and if often comes from this farm.
            I eat at 2-3 oz of cheese daily, usually hard parmesan or Kerrygold (cheddar & dubliner). I'm going to order some raw cheddar from Castle Rock to see how it tastes. Thanks for the tip.

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            • #7
              It's good stuff! I hope you enjoy it!

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